We have pulled together organisations in London where you will find support, advice and information on recreational drug use and chemsex. Email us here if you know of a service we should add, or if we've got something wrong.
If you live outside London click the England section below or click here for services in England or contact your nearest LGBT or HIV organisation or sexual health service who may have local knowledge.
You may want to phone to check out a service first. Some of these questions may be more important to ask than others. You may not like any of them and have some of your own:
- Do you have a chemsex service for gay/ bi men?
- Does your service have specific (dedicated) chemsex workers?
- Are there service times for gay/ bi men only?
- Is your service LGBT+ friendly?
- Check out their website.
The important thing is you find a service that's right for you - that's welcoming, understanding of you, and that can relate to your experience.
Life buoy icons show services that are LGBT or LGBT friendly, an established service serving the LGBT community and/ or are known to the Gay Men's Health Collective.
Access restricted by geographical area
Some chemsex support services are restricted by geographical area and this has to do with they way health services are commissioned (bought) in London and, frankly, it's pretty nuts for you the guy in need of help. Fortunately, front-line staff and workers are very helpful so if you need help or are in crisis contact any of the organisations listed below. If they can help you directly they will, if not they'll point you in the right direction. And feel free to contact MEN R US though we only signpost services.
Hours of service change so please click on the appropriate link for up to date information.
Antidote @London Friend
Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic
Burrell Street Clinic Slamming Packs
020 7188 6666
You will first need to speak with a health advisor.
4-5 Burrell St, London SE1 0UN
Camden Community Drug Service
Club Drug Clinic
Wandsworth LGBTQ+ Forum
Lewisham New Directions
Terrence Higgins Trust