Recovery Intervention Services Ealing - Central Hub is a community service provided in partnership with CGL, Build-on-Belief (BOB), and CNWL as a free and confidential service for people who live in the London Borough of Ealing.
RISE provides assessment and short-term treatment and helps individuals to access other support services. It includes helping people break a cycle of addiction to substances such as heroin, cocaine, and new psychoactive substances as well as long-term alcohol addiction.
Many people turn to drink or drugs as a way of dealing with negative feelings, such as depression, stress, trauma, or anxiety.
The service is funded by Ealing Council Public Health.
We work with people at any stage of their alcohol or drug difficulties to provide a single point of access to assessment and treatment, for problems.
Drug and alcohol treatment services provide a range of specialist healthcare interventions for individuals and families who are affected by the misuse of drugs and/or alcohol.
The team is multidisciplinary, which means there is a wide range of professionals who can provide different treatment options. The team works closely with general practitioners (GPs), social workers and other health providers. Treatment is provided in a structured programme with the goals of abstinence, minimising harm or controlling the addiction.
Treatment options can include:
- Talking therapies
- Community or residential Detox
- Community or residential rehabilitation
Referrals to the team can be made by a health professional (GP, social worker, or other) by completing the referral form here or by contacting the team by phone or email.
10-minute walk from West Ealing Station (Elizabeth Line)
10-minute bus ride (483, 207, E8) from Ealing Broadway Station (District Line)
Rail: Hanwell (10 minutes' walk)
Bus: 483, 207, E8 - West Ealing Broadway
Parking: Yes (pay and display)
Monday: 9.30am to 4pm
Tuesday: 9.30am to 4pm
Wednesday: 9.30am to 4pm
Thursday: 9.30am to 7pm
Friday: 1pm to 4pm