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Bespoke Training

In addition to our open-courses, we also offer a range of bespoke in-house training on drug and alcohol related issues. This training can be delivered at a venue and time that suits you, and can be tailored to your specific organisational need. To find out more about this training, please get in touch. Continue Reading

Volunteer Introductory Course

Our Volunteer Introductory Course is for anyone interested in becoming a CADAS Volunteer. Over the course of a full day at one of our centres, potential volunteers learn about CADAS, our ethos, how we understand substance use, addiction and change, the work we do and the opportunities and induction process for supporting our work. Continue Reading

Latest News from CADAS

You bet there’s help for gamblers…  and for those whose lives they wager

You bet there’s help for gamblers… and for those whose lives they wager

What’s an odds-on safe bet to say about gambling? That it makes rich bookies richer, and poor punters poorer? Definitely. That it makes victims of partners, family, friends, and colleagues? Definitely. That effective, confidential help is freely available to gamblers and their victims? Definitely again. CADAS volunteer Steve Russell discovers some of the many agencies… Continue Reading

How do we use your donations?

How do we use your donations?

This is a question that is asked a lot to charities. Did you know that we need to bring approximately £10,000 per week to continue operating? We currently operate out of our four centres in Carlisle, Kendal, Workington and Barrow, as well as other local hubs, such as GP surgeries and libraries. This approach helps… Continue Reading

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January is #LoveYourLiverMonth. The 3 biggest causes of #LiverDisease in the UK are nearly all #preventable: drinking harmful levels of alcohol; obesity; and viral hepatitis, often caused by people sharing needles when injecting drugs.If you are concerned about your #LiverHealth, please #contact your #GP in the first instance.If you are worried about your #alcohol or #substance use, or are affected by someone else’s, we can provide #confidential #support. Please call our #helpline on 0800 2 54 56 58 or email contact@cadas.co.uk #LoveYourLiver #Cumbria #NHS #Kendal #Barrow #Carlisle #Workington #Whitehaven #Copeland #Allerdale #Furness #SouthLakeland #Eden ... See MoreSee Less
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Testimonials
CADAS Carlisle
"I have enjoyed my first meeting. It is a relief to talk to people who know how you are feeling and to listen to other people"
- Parent, Carer and Family Support Group
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Testimonials
CADAS Carlisle
“Really pleased with the content and structure of the course. Allowed time for much needed discussion and debate.”
– Drug and Alcohol Awareness for Practitioners Course Attendee
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CADAS Carlisle
"My support from Collette and CADAS over the last few weeks has been very helpful. I really don’t know how I would have managed without the support”
- Parent, Carer and Family Support Group

Our Impact

413

Adult clients intensively supported last year

2688

Members of the community and practitioners who attended training/workshops

684

Professionals trained by us last year

2925

Volunteer hours logged by 39 dedicated volunteers

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