Drug and Alcohol Service for London

DASL - Drug & Alcohol Service for London

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Welcome to DASL

DASL is a London based charity that helps communities to tackle the problems caused by drug and alcohol misuse.

Our aim is to help build stronger, safer and healthier communities where everyone has the opportunity to realise their full potential.

With over 30 years experience of providing substance misuse, education, training and outreach services, DASL has developed innovative projects working with Black and Asian communities, lesbians and gay men, older people and people in contact with the criminal justice system.

We are also very experienced in supporting people with difficulties related to mental health as well as people experiencing domestic violence.

If you are concerned about your own alcohol or drug use or that of someone else then you will find the information you need on our website to make contact. If you are interested in the work that we do, then please get in touch.


DASL is changing ...

For the last 10 years we have delivered contracted alcohol and drug services in Newham. From July, another provider will take care of this. If you are currently in treatment then you will have had further information about this – your treatment will continue. 

And we want to hear from you

If you have used or are using our services, what could we have done differently?  Done more? Perhaps you are a carer of someone with drug or alcohol problems, how could DASL help you? We have great facilities here at Capital House, do you have any spare time to help us make better use of them.

Please do let us know – we really do want to be able to offer something different and activities that will make a real difference. Of course, some will need us to raise money but not all will cost a lot so feel free to make any suggestion and we promise they will be listened to.

Please put your comments and ideas on the form available here.

All ideas will be entered into a Prize Draw on 30th April 2014 with the winner receiving £50 in gift vouchers of their choice.

Sue Kenten, Chief Executive.