The British Doctors' and Dentists' Group is a mutual help group for doctors and dentists who are recovering, or wish to recover, from addiction to or dependency on alcohol or other drugs. To find your nearest group & establish contact, email firstname.lastname@example.org
A self-help organisation which exists independently but in co-operation with the British Doctors and Dentists Group (BDDG). Our aim is to support all family members who are suffering, or have suffered, from the effects of a doctor's or dentist's addiction.
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Cocaine Anonymous 0300 111 2285 (mobile friendly) or 0800 612 0225 10am - 10pm Every Day
Email: email@example.com. A 12-Step Fellowship welcoming anyone who wants to stop using cocaine and all other mind-altering substances (including alcohol and other drugs). There are many useful downloads on the website including Who is a Cocaine Addict?
A warm, friendly self-help group for doctors who have been troubled ... it seeks to reduce the isolation and stigma of mental health problems. Doctors in the group have themselves been troubled at some stage in their lives, and help is offered to those who are beginning the process of re-establishing themselves after a breakdown or other mental crisis.
This is the only medical benevolent charity which solely supports general practitioners and their dependents, whether financial problems are due to ill-health, disability, death or loss of employment. This includes both those who are already suffering from financial hardship and those who are facing it.
The BMA Charities Trust Fund helps by giving grants to other charities which support doctors. They also help refugee and asylum seeking doctors with taking the PLAB exams. The BMA Medical Education Trust Fund gives grants to students taking medicine as a second degree, and the Dain Fund helps with the educational costs of the children of medical doctors in certain situations
Phone 0330 123 1245, to access counselling by professional counsellors or Peer Support, 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Services are confidential, free and available to all doctors and medical students. Consultations may be by phone or video link. Further information available by phoning 020 7383 6739 or email firstname.lastname@example.org