We run a free telephone helpline 0117 950 0002(10am-3pm Monday to Thursday) available to anybody in the UK. There are often occasions when we experience a high volume of calls: if you are unable to get through, please keep trying or email us. Regretfully, we are rarely able to return calls or provide in-depth advice via email.
Between March 2020 & March 2022, all Groups, Drop-ins, Assessments and 1:1swere suspended. The Helpline ran, at a reduced capacity, due to social distancing of our staff. We are aware that these are worrying times & the helpline remains extremely busy, we will continue to do our best to answer as many calls as possible & ask for your patience. We continue to follow Government advice & advice from NHS Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucester Clinical Commissioning Group with whom we have a contract beyond 2022. 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. The Project provides a safe & supportive atmosphere to discuss the problems of taking & withdrawing from benzodiazepines & other psychotropic medicine. We keep individual General Practitioners (GPs) informed when clients work with us (currently only if they are within the Bristol, England area. Our boundaries are subject to change from 1 April 2022 following the CCG re-structure.
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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.