Blenheim Community Drugs Project

Blenheim Community Drugs Project

Charity information

Blenheim Community Drugs Project

BCDP has been providing services for people with drug problems for over 40 years. We are a charity that aims to provide local services for local people to meet the needs of the diverse communities in which we work. Our charitable status provides us with the necessary independence to innovate and set standards and best practice across the field.

BCDP currently has 19 projects in 10 London boroughs providing a broad range of evidence –based initiatives that reflect the multicultural and diverse needs of the communities we work in. These currently include:

Young People’s Services
Structured Day Programmes
Specialist Stimulant Services
Direct Access Services
GP Shared Care
Needle Exchanges
Criminal Justice Services
DRR Day Programmes
Outreach Services
Volunteer and Trainee Programmes
Training & Consultancy

We employ a range of methods to help people deal with substance misuse, from drop-in services where people can simply come in, have a hot drink or food, use washing facilities to engaging in a care plan with one-to-one key working and group sessions, including education and training where appropriate and signposting to other key services where relevant.

Founded 1968