Home Care with Antidote
Home Care Resources
Below are some additional resources to enable you to support yourself at home. Also, we understand that accessing our services may not be an option for you, or you may be new to the service or you might wish to implement additional support for yourself while accessing Antidote interventions.
Please remember that if you would like one of the Antidote team to get in touch by phone, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make contact with you.
Diaries to Help You Review, Stabilise and Reduce Your Use
Identifying the Impact Of Your Drug & Alcohol Use, and Moving Towards Instigating Change & Setting Goals
Additional Resources to Help You Stick to Your Goals and Continue on the Path to Change
External Online Support
SMART recovery, a cognitive based solution to reducing or stopping drugs & alcohol, are currently running lots of meetings online. Please visit SMART Recovery for more information.
For those of you that also attend Fellowship meetings (or feel this may be a good option for them at this time), you may already be aware that many fellowships are either closing or moving online, with some individual meetings have decided to set up their own meetings on Skype/Zoom etc. Please visit the Soho Recovery Centre for more details.
CMA (Crystal Meth Anonymous) are also hosting Zoom meetings daily. Please visit the CMA website for further details.
Password for all CMA Zoom meeting is: unity
UKNA are holding lots of local NA meetings daily online. Please visit UKNA for more details and to find a meeting.
There is also an online resource that many are now using called “In The Rooms”. This is an international platform for pretty much all recovery meetings. (AA, NA, CMA,ACA, Dharma Recovery, SMART etc,) It’s free and there are meetings available every hour or so, from all over the world. Please visit in the rooms for more information.