Support for young people

Derby Integrated Family Health Service is Derby’s Young Person’s drug and alcohol team. They work with people under the age of 18 who would like advice, help and support for their drug or alcohol use. 

If you would like a chat or to book an appointment to find out more you can call them on: 01332 641661

or email:

What does the service do?

The Derby Integrated Family Health Service will begin by talking to you about your drug and alcohol use to find out how they can best support you. Depending on what your goals are, Derby Integrated Family Health Service can:

  • Give you information and advice about safe drug and alcohol use.
  • Help you develop skills so you can cope with situations without using drugs or alcohol.
  • Provide one-to-one support so you can stop or cut down drug or alcohol use so you can feel in control of it.

The Derby Integrated Family Health Service can also talk to parents/carers or other professionals that work with young people. If you are a young person and would like someone else to contact the service on your behalf that is OK. If you contact the service it is confidential and they would only speak to another adult where you have given us permission or if there were safeguarding concerns.

Contact Information

Derby Integrated Family Health Service are based at Connexions but can see people in other places such as youth centres, schools or at home and can offer flexible times to suit you. 

Derby Integrated Family Health Service,
Curzon House,
8 Curzon Street,

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Breakout is open Mon - Fri, 9am to 5pm

For more information about drugs and alcohol visit the FRANK website

If you are a young person 10-18 years and live with a parent or carer whose drug and alcohol use affects you there is also support available for you. For more information contact the family service: Tel. 0300 790 0265 (option 3 for Aquarius).