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Sutton Drug and Alcohol Recovery (DART) Team

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Who we are

Sutton DART works in partnership with Community Drug Services for South London to deliver a range of drug and alcohol recovery services across the London Borough of Sutton.

Who is the service for

Adults over the age of 18 who reside within the London borough of Sutton.

Conditions we treat

We Cover the following conditions:

Addiction
Alcohol misuse
Drug misuse

Where to find us

Jubilee Heralth Centre
East 6 Stanley Park Road
Wallington
SM6 0EX

Telephone: Ward 0203 513 3950
Email: jean.laws@swlstg-tr.nhs.uk

Our Opening hours

Monday to Friday 09.00am – 5.00pm

Evening Service for working clients:  Monday 07.30am – 8.00pm (appointment only)

Who you might see / our staff

Jean Laws

Mandy Dwyer, Vicky Potter: Team administrators:

What you can expect

Anyone who uses our services first gets an assessment of their mental health needs and a plan of the care and support they will receive. They will also will also have one named person who co-ordinates their care and support. This person will be called either a named professional or, if your needs are more complex,  a care co-ordinator. This person should be your main point of contact.  You can speak to them about how your treatment and support are going.

Referrals

Referrals are accepted from GPs, social services, probation, as well as statutory and non-statutory services. Individuals can refer themselves by telephone or letter to the team base.

 
 

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