Alcohol, Addiction and Recovery Services

ACORN Recovery

Acorn Recovery Projects help individuals and their families to break free from drug, alcohol and other addictions by finding, not just immediate recovery, but emotional, social, lifelong recovery.

Acorn Recovery's success comes from their staff, 85% of whom, at all levels within the organisation, have ‘lived experience’ of recovery.

Acorn will support you throughout your recovery  offering motivational programmes to support you and your families, community support, private counselling, rehabilitation treatment and housing options.

You can contact Acorn on 01614840000 or via email at

The Acorn Stockport practice at Fulstone house, Mile End lane, Stockport

Contact Details

0161 4840000

Fulstone house, 130 Mile End lane, Stockport SK2 6BY

FRANK (CGL Stockport)

CGL Stockport is a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for adults aged 26+. The team offer a wide range of support for people who need help to address alcohol and drug use and are likely to need short term support or treatment. This may be a one off intervention or several sessions with a worker either individually or as part of a group.

They also offer recovery support to help those struggling achieve and maintain their goals and make lasting, meaningful changes to their lives.

FRANK operate from Cirtek House Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 9am – 5pm and Wednesday and Thursday 9am – 8pm

Contact Details

0161 474 1343

Fred Perry House, Edward Street, Stockport, Greater Manchester, SK1 3UR

Mode Rehabilitation

Mode specialise in trauma, substance misuse and eating disorders and can provide rehabilitation support for young people experiencing trauma. They offer in-house counselling and support for drug and alcohol misuse using the 12-step approach and delivered by volunteers who have been through same experience.

Contact Details

0161 494 1515

Phoenix House, Whitefield Rd, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2QR

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Mosaic (young people’s substance misuse service)


Mosaic offer free, confidential support service for people 25 and under who need help with drug or alcohol issues or to cope with parents who misuse substances.

Some of the different services that MOSAIC provide are Counselling, substitute prescriptions, complementary therapies (massage, reflexology and acupuncture), confidential support in schools to help young people speak freely, support for young people and adults worried about a friend or relative’s substance use. MOSAIC’s services can help young people change their behaviour, thinking and in many cases their lives.

You can contact MOSAIC on 0161 218 1100 for confidential advice and support.

Contact Details

0161 218 1100

Central House, Grand Central, Stockport SK1 3TA

OK Rehab

OK Rehab is a helpline solely made up of people who have experienced addiction themselves. At OK Rehab, they know there is no 'cure' for addiction. Instead, they believe addiction is a chronic and life-long addiction those in recovery must constantly guard against in order to prevent relapse.

Contact Details

0800 326 5559


Pathfinder Stockport is provided by Pennine Care NHS Trust. The service helps adults aged 26 and over to set goals to successfully recover from drug and alcohol misuse.

They offer one-to-one support and workshop programmes to help you progress in your recovery. Pathfinder also offer family and carer support, provide community-based and facilitate in patient detoxification programmes and access residential rehabilitation. Their lifestyle workshops are co-facilitated by volunteers and peer mentors (most of whom are ex-service users).

Pathfinder can also support you with any physical health challenges. Their clinical team provide blood borne virus screening, especially for HIV and hepatitis C, co-ordinate a weekly hepatitis C treatment clinic, delivering and supporting you through the full treatment programme.

Find out more by contacting the START team on 0161 474 3141 Monday to Wednesday, Friday 9am-5pm and Thursday 9am-8pm

If you’re already in treatment, Pathfinder can be contacted on 0161 716 4000.

Contact Details

0161 474 3141 for START.

Pathfinder can be contacted on 0161 716 4000.

Cirtek House, Thomas Street, Higher Hillgate, Stockport SK1 3QD


Do you live in Stockport and struggle with drug and alcohol addiction? Are you and your family seeking drug and alcohol rehab treatment in Stockport to address this issue once and for all?

Rehab 4 Addiction's expert advisors are on hand to help you select rehab in Stockport that’s the perfect match for your unique needs. They understand that it can be tough locating rehab treatment, especially If you are juggling many responsibilities and suffering from an addiction. Services are free and confidential.

Contact Details

0800 140 4690        Mobile - 0345 222 3508

Rebab 4 Alcoholism

Rehab 4 Alcoholism is a free and impartial helpline for people troubled with drug and alcohol issues.  Rehab 4 Alcoholism aims to save lives by stopping addiction before it becomes too late.

They provide effective programmes for people seeking alcohol rehab in Stockport.

Contact Details

0800 111 4108

Stockport User Friendly Fellowship ( STUFF )

Stockport User Friendly Fellowship ( STUFF ) was established in 1999 by a group of service users with many years of lived experience of mental ill health/alcohol dependency. They are a voluntary organisation providing peer support to adults aged 21 and over within the Stockport area who are experiencing serious mental illness/alcohol dependency, social isolation, and too help to support carers. STUFF offer a range of leisure therapeutic and social activities to help unite people, and support mental and social wellbeing.

Contact Details


STUFF, c/o Medical Records, Mental Health Unit, Oasis Building, Stepping Hill Hospital, SK2 7JE

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The Rehab Clinics Group

The Rehab Clinics Group in Stockport offers recovery programmes to those suffering with substance abuse and alcoholism. 

The team offer a residential rehab programme, addiction treatments such as detox, counselling and therapies, support groups and a post rehab support clinic service. These services along with the helplines enable individuals, communities and families to achieve freedom from addiction.

The team will help you begin your rehab journey. You can contact their free helpline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on  0800 470 0382  or  03301 596 494

Alternatively text HELP To 83222

Contact Details

0800 470 0382      Local: 03301 596 494

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