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Anxiety Alliance

Anxiety Alliance is an organisation run by people with experience of anxiety, which offers support to those who have anxiety disorders, panic attacks and obsessive compulsive disorder, together with those who wish to withdraw from tranquilliser and anti-depressants. They offer factsheets, self-help booklets, relaxation audio tapes and CDs, books as well as a helpline service, more »

Battle Against Tranquillisers

Battle Against Tranquillisers offers a range of support and educational services. These are available to users of tranquillisers and sleeping pills and to health professionals, voluntary organisations and all those who have an interest in the subject. Local Help Line: 0117 966 3629 National Help Line: 0844 826 9317. Service is based in South Gloucestershire. more » is dedicated to people with benzodiazepine tranquilliser dependency and withdrawal. Launched in 2000, this website has always been a work in progress consisting of articles, information, expert medical documents, news stories and personal accounts. This is a website service only.

Bristol & District Tranquilliser Project

Originally founded in  1985 as a tranquilliser withdrawal group, the Bristol Tranquilliser Project (BTP) is a voluntary organisation set up to help people who are experiencing involuntary addiction to prescribed minor tranquillisers, sleeping pills and antidepressants.  Most services – counselling, one-to-one prescribed drug counselling, self-help groups and a drop-in service – are only available to people more »

Coming Off Psychiatric Medication

This is a website which aims to give you up to date information about psychiatric medication, how it functions and the withdrawal process. It is put together by people who have been prescribed medication and withdrawn from it, and clinicians who have been involved in supporting this process. The website provides information on psychiatric drugs, more »

Families Anonymous

When drug addiction enters a family via one of its members, the effect can be devastating. If you have reason to believe or even a vague suspicion that someone close to you may have a drug problem, Families Anonymous knows how you feel. They know what it is like to be alone with this problem. They more »

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