WE ARE A 

PLYMOUTH-BASED SUBSTANCE MISUSE CHARITY

providing support to people with complex lives. For over 30 years we have helped people realise that they are not alone.

COVID STATEMENT

be informed

Support can continue to be accessed from Harbour during the COVID-19 pandemic. Like many other organisations we are working in a different ways and the majority of our work is currently carried out over the telephone or online rather than face to face. In line with government advice on social distancing we are unable to run face to face groups at present although some groups are available on line. Please check the Harbour Plymouth Facebook Page for the most up to date information.

If you need to access our service in anyway (including the Safer Injecting Service) during COVID-19 please contact our Reception on 01752 434343 – Monday – Friday between 9am – 5pm. We will aim to return your call as soon as possible. Harbour can support you with accessing prescribed Opiate Substitute Treatment (such as methadone and Buprenorphine), advice on reducing and coping with withdrawal symptoms and harm reduction information to support you in remaining as safe as possible during the pandemic.

We can get through COVID 19 but we all need to work together. Please remember to wash your hands regularly (or use an alcohol hand gel) observe social distancing measures and stay at home if you experience symptoms of COVID 19 or are advised to do so by the Track & Trace Service.

TOGETHER WE CAN

support anyone

who needs us to address their alcohol and drug use

TOGETHER WE CAN

be informed

and empowered to make positive changes

OUR BLOG

The Plymouth Alliance

Harbour are part of ‘The Plymouth Alliance’ which was formed with a group of local charities in conjunction with Plymouth City Council to provide services to people with complex needs (homelessness, drug or alcohol misuse, mental illness and offending). The contract is a new way of bringing together providers and commissioners in a partnership where power and responsibility are shared collectively for the common good of people with complex needs.

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