North Lanarkshire Integrated Addiction Services (IAS)

Bringing health and social work staff together to help you deal with problems with alcohol and drugs

Who are we?

Our team includes nursing staff, social workers, addiction workers and support workers and occupational therapists.

We can also refer you to specialist doctors, psychologists and psychiatrists if required.

Can I access the IAS?

If you have an alcohol or drug problem and are aged 16 or over you can access the services.

What do we do?

The new services can support, advise and assist you to think about how alcohol or drugs are affecting your life, those around you and those you have responsibility for.

When you come to the service, staff will listen to you and ask you a range of questions to assess what your needs are. Together, we can decide what treatment and support you may need. 

How do I access the IAS?

Accessing the service is simple. You can do this by phoning the service or by attending in person. You can also be referred by your GP (doctor) or any other service you are involved with.

When are the IAS open?

The service is opened Monday to Thursday, 8.45 - 16.45pm, and 8.45am - 16.15pm on a Friday. If required, evening appointments can also be arranged.

To contact the integrated addiction services can you please use the details in the contact us for the locality that you require.

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