Young People’s Treatment
If you are a young person and have concerns about your own, or someone else’s, use of alcohol, legal, prescribed and over-the-counter medications, solvents and volatile substances, as well as illegal drugs, CASUS can help.
CASUS will also work with parents and carers who have concerns or questions regarding young people and drug/ alcohol use AND children or young people affected by adult drug /alcohol misuse.
Check out video clips on CASUS TV to understand more about the risks associated with the use of drugs in adolescence. CASUS TV
CASUS operates from two sites:
152/154 Mill Road
Contact details for both sites:
T: 01480 445316
Open Monday to Friday – 9am to 5pm
Appointments available outside of these hours on request and in settings like home, college, GP’s, café’s or at CPFT centres in Cambridge, Huntingdon, March.
If you aren’t ready to speak to your parents, GP or other professional about your drug use but do want to find out more about the effects of drugs, or what help is available, FRANK is there for you.
FRANK is a national organisation that provides friendly, confidential drugs advice for young people. An interactive website that has the facts about drugs, people’s stories, live chat & support, and much more.
You have nothing to loose so why not Talk to FRANK ?
Drinksense is a registered charity providing advice, information, therapeutic counselling and a range of support services for people with alcohol related problems and their carers and families in Cambridgeshire.
Link to Change
Link to Change is an independent charity offering support for children and young people aged 12 to 26 who have been sexually exploited in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Bedford and Lincolnshire.
They provide a safe environment in which young people can access support and explore the possibilities for change and promote a greater understanding of the sexual exploitation of children and young people and the links with substance use. Click here to access the Link to Change leaflet and their current projects.