Links for Health and Wellbeing
Alcohol Concern is the national agency on alcohol misuse. We work
to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to
increase the range and quality of services available to people with
NAM is a charity that publishes information for people affected by
HIV and those working with them.
Aids Education and Research Trust. The AVERT site focuses on
information about education to prevent infection with HIV,
information for HIV positive people and the latest news and
British HIV Association.
This website gives guidelines and standards and standards of
Department of Health.
This site contains material produced by and for the Department of
Health. It is primarily for use by health and social care
professionals, academics and other interested parties.
Electronic Quality Information for
A gateway to health and social care information for patients, their
families and carers.
European Association for the Treatment of
EATA is the largest membership organisation for the independent
drug and alcohol treatment and aftercare sector.
Health Protection Agency.
Heath protection agency site that gives the public access to
several documents, including 'A Complex Picture'.
NA is a non-profit Fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had
become a major problem.
The National Health Service (NHS) website
Re-Solv, the national charity solely dedicated to the prevention of
solvent and volatile substance abuse (VSA).
Terrence Higgins Trust.
Terrence Higgins Trust is Europe's leading HIV/AIDS charity. They
deliver health promotion campaigns and direct support to people who
are at risk or living with HIV across the UK.
Therapy Directory is dedicated to putting individuals who are
searching for a practitioner, in touch with a professional who is
both qualified and suitable for their needs.
Worcester based charity helping and supporting people cope with
various types of cancer.
NHS Trusts in Worcestershire
This page was last reviewed 30 January 2014 at 11:40.
The page is next due for review 29 July 2015.