Helpline open 10am-3pm Mon-Thurs 01179500020
Welcome to the Bristol & District Tranquilliser Project
The Project helps those having problems with certain prescribed psychotropic medication (benzodiazepine tranquillisers/sleeping tablets, other sleeping tablets & antidepressants). We help people who are taking, who are considering taking or have recently withdrawn from this medication. We also support friends & family of those having problems with their medications. We have re-opened our face-to-face services within Bristol & are in the process of contacting existing clients about the additional services we can provide. Please call our helpline for further details and to arrange a face-to-face. There is some very sad news Sadly, Ian Singleton passed away on the 2 May 2022. Our thoughts and prayers go to his wife Sue and the family at this sad time. As a founder member of the Project, Ian touched and saved so many lives in his dedication to his work. The project and our clients will remember his empathy, compassion, and kindness in all that he did.
“He was one of the originals, if it were not for Ian I would not be here today”
“Terribly sad news, he was a friend and he meant so much to me, I will always remember our times in the group”
“For three years Ian walked a very dark path with me when I was completely alone. He really was the light that guided me out of despair. I and many hundreds like me will always remember him with heartfelt gratitude"
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Bristol and District Tranquilliser Project is a company limited by guarantee (No: 5126531) & is a charity registered in Eng & Wales (No: 1104033). The Project is funded by Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucester (BNSSG) Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) & other charitable organisations named under sponsorship. We are grateful to all that support us, financially, morally & logistically.