Where to get help



A residential drug rehabilitation programme with an Islamic Ethos. Non-Muslims are also catered for and have the option to sit out of Islam-oriented groups and therapies.

Magaliesburg S.A Africa http\\www.crescentofhope.co.za/magaliesburg.htm




Supporting homeless and vulnerable women to enable them to gain security and independence.

Address: St George’s community Hub Joseph Lucas building Great Hampton Row Birmingham, B19 3JG

Phone: 0121 572 6821 Email: info@amirahfoundation.org

NAFAS ( with seperate womens service)

Culturally sensitive 12-week day care programmes for all residents (over the age of 18) and their families including: support, aftercare, specialist addiction counselling, advice and fast-track referrals to specialist services.

When: Monday to Friday, 10am – 5pm (Other opening times apply)

Where: The Davenant Centre, 179-181 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1DN

Tel: 020 7377 0676

Email: admin@nafas.org www.nafas.org

Isis Women’s Service

Women only service for over 18′s offering:-

Advice and information; One to One counselling; key work; substitute medication for heroin addiction; needle exchange; nurse appointments for healthcare assessments, testing for HIV, Hep B, C; sexual health advice; parenting support and immunisation and other services; including assessments for in-patient detox and residential rehab.

When: Mon, Tues, Thurs, 9.30 am to 5.30 pm

Wed, 1pm to 5.30pm

Fri, 9.30 am to 5pm

Where: c/o Hopetown Hostel, 60 Old Montague Street, London E1 5NJ

Tel: 020 7426 0399       www.compass-uk.org


Nour is a charity which aims to engage the public, and especially the minority muslim communities, to become aware and take action against this silent yet prevalent social injustice – domestic violence.

To contact the Muslim Community Helpline call:
0208 904 8193
0208 908 6715
Monday to Friday, 10am to 1pm



Millati Islami 

Millati Islami World Services is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, USA but there are meetings in many cities, and tele-meetings (conference call phone meetings) twice a week.

Please visit:

For a meeting near you, or our conf. no. go to



If you would like to see your service advertised here, please email us at

Meanwhile please visit your local borough website and if in UK you can visit the DAAT (Drug and Alcohol Action Team) website for your borough.

If you would like to see your organisation listed here please email us on support@straightpathtorecovery.com

We welcome organisations from all over the globe so that people can find help where ever they may be located.

thank you

also non-addiction organisations welcome such as domestic violence support, OCD clinics, anger management consultation etc

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