If you have a drug problem, there's a lot of help and support available on the NHS. Here's where to find it.
The drug service that serves our area is called CHART Kirklees.
Their contact information is:
Community Links AET
2 St Peter's Street
To phone them dial 01484 437907.
They operate a self-referral system. To refer yourself either phone 01484 353333 or E-mail Kirklees.email@example.com (they ask that 'Huddersfield Client' be put in the subject box, and as much information as possible in the body of the email - including your full contact details).
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