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Wiltshire Addiction Support Project

Helping people help themselves, so everyone has the choice to be free from active addiction.

Peer Support Groups

Our Peer Support Groups provide a safe place for people who have substance misuse issues to get help, support and advice from each other.

Carers Support

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Auricular Acupuncture

Acupuncture service is provided as a complimentary therapy that may support your recovery from addiction.

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Wiltshire Addiction Support Project

Wiltshire Addiction Support Project (formerly Wiltshire Users Forum) has been providing service user led services in Wiltshire since 2002. During this time WASP’s activity has had a positive impact on many hundreds of people whose lives have been affected by addiction.

Our Mission

Challenge ineffective treatment through advocacy and feedback on all aspects of the services. Support people to become productive members of society through support groups and training.

About Us

Our remit is to challenge ineffective treatment in the UK, and to give support and sign posting to other service users, in to a long term and continuing addiction recovery.

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Training

W.A.S.P offers training with skills in Drug and Alcohol work helping reps to gain valuable skills and experience of working within the Drug and Alcohol field. Training and work interest can be discussed with the development worker.

Signposting
If you are looking to enter the Drug and alcohol system WASP will be able to either refer you , or put you in touch with the right treatment provider. We can also help with information that will give you the opportunity to make an informed and educated choice as to which direction you would like to go. We have a good working relationship with all the providers across Wiltshire, and some that are based outside the wilts area. Including the criminal justice system. We offer long and short term support.

Support
We have come together to support each other and anyone else who wants a life that is free from active addiction.

Award Winning Help and Advice

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Latest News & Events

Will it be you who takes home the trophy and gold medals this year?

Will it be you who takes home the trophy and gold medals this year?

he event is aimed at breaking barriers by providing a time when we can all interact as equals on the football pitch. The tournament is for service users, treatment providers, criminal justice clients and staff, supporting services to treatment & harm reduction groups.

After very successful tournaments from 2009/11 with many service user groups and agencies coming together to play a knock out tournament, we know to expect a day packed full of fun and enthusiasm.

W.A.S.P. is a user led organisation. This is a service user initiative to encourage and build relationships throughout the whole system.

W.A.S.P. & Doorway

Its free to enter so put together a team and join us on the day.  Saturday 26th May at Stanley Park Sports Ground, Stanley Lane, Chippenham SN15 3RR. 10am start Spectators Welcome

In conjunction with the Hep C Trust WASP will be doing a ‘Walk around Wiltshire’

In conjunction with the Hep C Trust WASP will be doing a ‘Walk around Wiltshire’

This event will be taking place throughout July/August 2012 for the awareness of Hepatitis C and the causes of Liver damage. The walk will coincide with world hepatitis awareness day on July 28th. Moses from WASP will be taking a fridge on a 200 mile ‘Walk around Wiltshire’. All those within WASP will be joining Moses at various stages of the walk. Friends, family and any interested parties willing to participate, will be very welcome. All support and donations will be gratefully received.

To apply for a for a sponsor form please contact Office@addiction-support.co.uk or tel: 01225 775558

Moses, the WASP team & the Hep C Trust will be at Salisbury Market Place 28th July for World Hepatitis Awareness Day with media coverage of the event.

Moses is carrying a fridge to raise awareness that many homeless people do not have a fixed abode/or fridge and therefore find it’s very difficult to receive the treatment for Hep C.

We hope that you will support this event by joining us along any of the public legs, sponsoring Moses or any participants, joining us in Salisbury or giving us a donation. We welcome all organizations and individuals willing to take part in some way.

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