Humankind to deliver drug and alcohol support for young people, children and families in Enfield

Humankind’s Insight Enfield: Sort it! is set to launch in April 2023 providing free, friendly and confidential drug and alcohol support in the London Borough of Enfield for young people up to the age of 25, parents with drug or alcohol challenges, and families affected by a loved one’s substance use.

The service will be delivered by the national charity Humankind which supported over 90,000 people in 2021/22. Humankind delivers four young people’s services and three family support services across London as part of its Insight group of services. The Insight Services share a website, social media and good practice approach which the Enfield service will be part of. 

Lyndsey Morris, Humankind Director of Operations for London and the South, said, “I am delighted that Enfield is joining the Insight family. We look forward to working with our local partners to provide free, flexible and judgement free support to local young people. Our services are focused on helping young people achieve their potential and be empowered to make healthy and safe decisions, that help them build a more resilient. 

“Our family offer will support parents with drug or alcohol problems, families and friends impacted by substance use and children affected by their parent’s drug or alcohol use.” 

The service has been commissioned by Enfield Council’s Public Health team and will launch on 1 April 2023 based at 29 Folkestone Road, N18 2ER. It will deliver support to young people and families from community locations across Enfield. To learn more please contact or visit the Insight website.

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