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A Confidential drug and alcohol information and support service for young people aged 10-18 years (or 25 where appropriate) and their families/carers. Support is also offered to young people who are affected by parental substance misuse.

The service is a partnership between Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (BHT) and Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) offering a “one stop shop” sexual health service for Buckinghamshire residents including specialist clinics in High Wycombe and Aylesbury and outreach clinics across the county from Buckingham in the North to Burnham in the South.

Outreach support, information and refuge for women, children and young people experiencing domestic violence.

Aylesbury Women’s Aid

Outreach support, information and refuge for women, children and young people experiencing domestic violence.

Live Well Stay Well is a healthy lifestyle service. They provide free information and practical support to help residents of Buckinghamshire to get healthier. There is no secret, no tricks, no fad diets and we are not suggesting you run a marathon. Live Well Stay Well is about making long lasting and sustainable changes to develop a healthier, happier you.

If you want to stop smoking, lose weight, become more active, improve your diet or receive support for the emotional challenges of managing a long term health condition, we can help you find the right service for you. They will be there supporting you throughout your journey.

This year’s Buckinghamshire’s Director of Public Health Annual Report focuses on alcohol. The full report includes stories from Buckinghamshire residents (and those who have experience of accessing ORB) on the impact that alcohol has had on their lives and front line professionals who see the effects of alcohol in their work. It also includes the evidence and facts on alcohol use in Buckinghamshire and where to get help. Click here for more information