Patient Information

Sepsis information

There are some useful links to various disease information websites in the links part of this website.  Some additional ones are below which we hope might be of use to you.

Coping with addictive behaviour alcohol levels

Alcoholics anonymous for meetings and locations

Over 50s Alcohol Helpline

With You has launched an Over 50s Alcohol Helpline which provides advice and support to individuals aged over 50, concerned others, and professionals, who are worried about their own or someone else's drinking. Furthermore our Over 50s Alcohol Helpline continues to offer an enhanced service for individuals who are considering making changes to their alcohol use. Our enhanced service provision offers callers up to four additional appointments, during which time Helpline alcohol advisors use evidenced based interventions to support callers to achieve their goals. This service is available seven days a week.

The Helpline is open Monday to Friday 12pm - 8pm and 10am to 4pm at weekends. The freephone number to call is 0808 801 0750. To make an online booking for a phone call or video chat, over 50’s, concerned others, and professionals, can access appointments slots by visiting the With You website.

Alzheimer's Support Group

The National Autistic Society

Breakthrough- News and fundraising to fight breast cancer

Breast Cancer Care

Penny Brohn Bristol Cancer Help Care

Bristol Colostomy Association

Cancer Black Care - gives cultural and emotional support for black people and their families.

Cervical Cancer

Colon Cancer Concern

Conditions and Treatment Symptom Checker

Are you suffering from long COVID or ongoing post COVID symptoms

For further information on dementia please use this link: 

Our practice has been accredited as a dementia friendly practice, for further information on how we can support you please use this link:

Department of health publications, Policy and Guidance

Domestic Abuse

Drinkaware offer support with alcohol diaries and unit calculators

Drug information

Drugs and Alcohol Support contact Northumberland Recovery Partnership on 01670 396303, or use the following link: -

Easy to understand health information website suitable for people with learning difficulties

Help supporting elderly parents

Grandparents out there - are you a grandparent who finds themselves being the main carer of grandchildren?  Please follow the links or use the contact details below to access support

Or telephone: 0300 123 7015 or Relative experiences on 0808 800 2222

Lavender trust for young women with breast cancer

Learning Disability Matters for Families - new web app available via this website: -

International Myeloma Foundation UK

Macmillan Cancer Relief

Marie Curie Cancer Care

Mental Health Campaign

Mental wellbeing support and education

MS research and relief based in Morpeth can help people living in and outside Northumberland with MS via grants, advice and information. They also have a website with lots of information and downloadable grant forms (for both individuals and ms groups) plus other links.  Their exercise facilities at Benmar House are free

Narcotics anonymous meetings

NHS- National and Local Services Directory

Northern Cancer Alliance

Oesophageal patient association

Parkinsons Disease Society

Pancreatic cancer UK

Do you look after your aging parent.  This link may be useful to you

PMR&GCAUK  Polymyalgia rheumatica & Giant Cell Arteritis North East Support Group: -

Pneumococcal Vaccination all you need to know

Prevention and Risk Reduction - useful websites: -


Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

Screening guidelines Screening Guidelines

Shingles Vaccination all you need to know

Smoke free app ( - free  9 months access to premium features to help you quit smoking 

Solvent abuse advice and information

Stop smoking service contact Northumberland Stop Smoking Service on 01670 813135

Stroke prevention advice

Mental health and crisis online support for all

Talking Matters self refer to talking therapies

Veterans Mental Health Awareness

Cancer risks with alcohol







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