We are a small independent charity that is committed to reducing harm from alcohol-related problems. We work throughout England and Wales to help people understand the dangers of drinking too much and to fight for varied and effective treatment services for the people who need it. Our small team works incredibly hard to help reduce alcohol-related harm in communities nationwide. We also campaign at a national level to try and make a difference to the lives of people who have been affected by alcohol.
To do all of this we rely on the generosity and support of our fundraisers, and we are always looking for more people to get involved. As part of this we run a number of different fundraising activities throughout the year, including Dry January and we also get involved with various running and cycling events
Whether you think you need help with your drinking or you just simply want to talk to someone about your concerns, you’ll find all the relevant contact information here. Find local alcohol services in your area by using our directory and get the advice that you need.
Stop Smoking clinic
- We are world-renowned experts in quitting smoking.
- We've sold over 13 million stop smoking books published in 57 countries and translated into 38 languages.
- Our reputation has been established almost entirely by word of mouth. We rarely advertise.
- We have Allen Carr's Easyway To Stop Smoking clinics in more than 150 cities in over 45 countries worldwide.
- Every year our clinics treat over 50,000 smokers.
We produce a wide range of publications designed to support and inform anyone affected by dementia. You will find information about all aspects of dementia, including the different types and causes and aspects of treatment, living with dementia or caring
Among Friends Kidderminster is a day care service for people with dementia. We are open 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.We provide personalised support for people with dementia in a safe, secure and fun environment
Areley Kings Village Hall
Alternate Monday Afternoons 1.45pm until 3.45pm
Stourport Community Centre ( on the memorial park ) - Tuesday 1.30 to 4.00pm