NHS web page linking to alcohol support services (non-medic specific).
Rehab in the UK - several options for alcohol and drug addiction treatment.
Rehab 4 Addiction
A helpline for those suffering with drug and alcohol addiction.
Over 50s Alcohol Helpline which provides advice and support to individuals aged over 50, concerned others, and professionals, who are worried about their own or someone else's drinking.
British Doctors and Dentists Group
A service for recovering, or wish to recover from, addiction, alcoholic and/or drug dependent doctors, dentists and students.
NHS web page linking to drug support services (non-medic specific).
NHS web page linking to gambling support services (non-medic specific).
Sick Doctors Trust
Provides support and help for doctors, dentists and medical students who are concerned about their use of drugs or alcohol. A confidential helpline is available 24 hours a day on 0370 444 5163.
Financial Help & Debt
The Cameron Fund is the only medical charity which solely supports NHS General Practitioners. This includes GP Trainees, working GPs, retired GPs, as well as dependants of GPs.
The Fund helps GPs and their families who are suffering financial hardship, whether through physical or mental ill-health, disability, bereavement or loss of employment.
Financial help is tailored to best support an individual’s return to work. As well as grants and loans, the Fund can help with money advice assessments and career coaching for those who may no longer be able to continue to work as a GP. email@example.com 020 7388 0796
Royal Medical Benevolent Fund
The RMBF provides support for doctors and their families through all stages of their career and beyond. Help ranges from financial assistance in the form of grants and loans to a telephone befriending scheme for those who may be isolated and in need of support: 0208 540 9194.
RMBF has created the vital signs in Primary Care – A guide for GPs seeking help and advice for those suffering stress, burnout and mental health problems. Access the guide here.
The BMA provide advice and support to people in times of personal hardship. They can guide you to the right places to seek advice about your financial situation.
A useful NHS guide (non- medic specific)
The Louise Tebboth Foundation
Supporting the wellbeing of medical practitioners and families bereaved by suicide.