Antidote helpline:
Contact us to discuss your drug or alcohol issues on 020 7833 1674 (10am-6pm, Monday to Friday). Ask for one of the Antidote Team.


Antidote services

Though drugs and alcohol may be fun and manageable for some, others may find it dominating their social life or leading to chaotic sexual encounters, isolation, unmanageable comedowns, wasting money, missing work or upsetting family or partners.


We offer harm-reduction information and provide face-to-face support to help you make informed choices about your drug or alcohol use. We can work with you whether you want to stop completely, or achieve greater control over your use.


We work in partnership with the NHS and other services to make referrals for detox or rehab, or to sexual health, mental health, or other specialised support. Accessing support is easy. Listed below are the details of how you can meet with our team. All of our services are free and your confidentially is paramount.


Monday clinic @ London Friend

Each Monday we host a walk-in assessment service at our offices. You do not need an appointment. Come along if you would like a referral into structured support, or just want a confidential and informal chat about your drug or alcohol concerns. Women workers are available to see you at the Monday clinic.
When & where: Monday, 11am to 1pm at 86 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DN.



Tuesday Chemcheck at Burrell Street

Antidote runs a groupwork programme for gay and bisexual men involved in chemsex in partnership with Burrell Street and The RISE Partnership. For more information and to make a referral click here. Please note this is  not a walk-in service, please make a referral. You will need to have completed an assessment before you can join the group.
When & where: Tuesday evenings between 6pm and 8pm at the Burrell Street clinic, 4-6 Burrell Street, London, SE1 0UN.


Tuesday CODE clinic at 56 Dean Street

CODE is a sexual health service for gay and bi men engaged in chemsex. No appointment needed.
When & where: Tuesday nights between 5pm and 7pm at 56 Dean Street, London, W1D 6AQ.



Thursday evening drop-in, Soho

At our evening drop in you will find a welcoming environment with experts available for a chat. Acupuncture and refreshments are available. No appointment needed. Women workers are available to see you at the drop in.

When & where: Thursday nights between 6pm and 8.30pm at 32a Wardour Street, London, W1D 6QR.



CNWL Club Drug Clinic

The Club Drug Clinic (CDC) offers advice & support, psychiatric assessments, key working sessions, therapy options, mindfulness, Blood Borne Virus (BBV) vaccinations and more for people living in the London Boroughs of Kensington & Chelsea, Hammersmith & Fulham and Westminster. Antidote works in partnership with the clinic supporting LGB&T service users.

You can book an appointment by emailing or by calling 020 3315 6111. The clinic is at 69 Warwick Road, Earls Court, London SW5 9HB.



Axis Clinic at Caldecot Centre

The Axis Clinic has been created to provide comprehensive chemsex support to men who have sex with men (MSM) Support is offered around HIV prevention and management, sexual health, mental health and substance (mis) use. The clinic is a drop in service for clients who would like advice, information and, support around chemsex, appointments are also available. Axis is a partnership service with the King's College and South London and Maudsley NHS Trusts, part of the RISE partnership services.


When & Where: Wednesday evenings from 4.00 pm to 7.00 pm at Caldecot Centre 15-22 Caldecot Rd, Camberwell, London SE5 9RS





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