As part of the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Service Catch22 a national social enterprise will be providing drug and alcohol services to individuals in Hampshire up to the age of 25. This is a continuation and expansion of the Catch22’s work that has been taking place in the county known as Hampshire 24/7. The service will provide a range of treatment for individuals and work closely with Inclusion to ensure individuals receive a tailor made treatment and support offer. It also will be active in promoting drug and alcohol awareness across a range of settings in Hampshire.

Parent Support Link

Parent Support Link (PSL) will continue to provide a range of support for the family and carers of those affected by someone else’s substance misuse. A longstanding provider in Hampshire, working closely with Inclusion and Catch22 as part of the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Service. They facilitate a range of support groups across the county and provide a 24/7 helpline.


LloydsPharmacy have a longstanding relationship working across pharmacies in Hampshire, both Lloyds and independent pharmacies to provide access to needle exchange and supervised consumption services. As part of the new Hampshire Drug and Alcohol service, a number of super-pharmacies will be developed where enhanced services are available such as the provision of naloxone, a brief alcohol screen and assessment as well as blood borne virus screening and testing. This is all supported by access to information and advice.

Wheatsheaf Trust

Wheatsheaf Trust are a well-established provider of employment support services in Hampshire. As part of the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol service they will be providing a number of workshops across the county which are designed to prepare and support people into and towards employment.

Intuitive Thinking Skills

As part of the Hampshire Drug and Alcohol Service Intuitive Thinking Skills will be providing the Intuitive Recovery Programme across Hampshire. This is an intensive group based programme that is designed to support and engage individuals into active and sustained recovery. With a strong emphasis on peer involvement and enabling individuals to realise their own potential it forms a new addition to the service available across the county.