The Grove Drug Treatment Service - Haringey

We provide a wide range of treatment services to people experiencing problems with drugs misuse in Haringey.

Contact details

The Grove Drug Treatment Service 
9 Bruce Grove,
London
N17 6RA
Tel:  020 8702 6220 or 020 8365 9032

Opening Hours:  
Monday        9.30am–5.30pm
Tuesday        9.30am–5.30pm
Wednesday   9.30am–8pm
Thursday      9.30am–5.30pm
Friday          9.30am–5.30pm
Saturday      10am–3pm

Service Manager: Colin Chapman

Who We Are

The Grove Drug Treatment Service is a free and confidential service in Haringey. The service is run by Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust in partnership with Blenheim.

What We Offer

The Grove offers you a range of recovery focused services including:

  • 1:1 support and groups
  • Substitute prescribing
  • Needle Exchange - list of local needle exchange pharmacies
  • Support for people involved in the Criminal Justice System;
  • Support in accessing funded treatment for detox, residential rehab or structured day programmes;
  • BBV testing and vaccinations;
  • Club Drug Clinic (GBL, Mephedrone, Crystal Meth, Ketamine and Legal Highs);
  • Fellowship meetings;
  • Employment, training and education, benefits and welfare support;
  • Support for carers, families and friends;
  • Complementary therapies

The Grove also works closely with other Haringey agencies, including the Alcohol Treatment Service and the Recovery Service, so can refer to these agencies for further support.

Who is the Service for?

The Grove accepts referrals from individuals, family members and friends experiencing problems with substance misuse.  We also accept referrals from other professionals.  We are open to anyone living in the borough of Haringey who is over 18 years of age.

What are the next stages to recovery?

People can refer themselves to The Grove – you can phone on the number above and speak to a member of our team for advice and information.  You can also come to The Grove during our opening hours for an initial assessment – you don’t need to make an appointment for your first visit, just drop in and you will be seen by one of our workers.

Additional Information

We can provide interpreters for people whose first language is not English – we have to book these in advance so you should make an appointment.

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