Frequently Asked Questions FAQs

Here are few of the most commonly asked questions regarding us and our site.

  1. Where should I go if I think I have a drug or alcohol problem?
  2. I am worried about someone I think they may have a drug or alcohol problem – what can I do?
  3. What does B:DAT stand for and what do they do?
  4. How do I contact B:DAT?
  5. How do I give feedback about a local service?
  6. What is this site for?

 

Where should I go if I think I have a drug or alcohol problem?
You can contact one of our local services for support, advice and information.
I am worried about someone I think they may have a drug or alcohol problem – what can I do?

There are many services and resources that are available – that will give you the information, support and advice. Take a look at the local services for advice and information.

What does B:DAT stand for and what do they do?

B:DAT stands for Bedfordshire Drug & Alcohol Action Team. The B:DAT is a partnership organisation that commissions drug & alcohol treatment services across Bedfordshire excluding Luton. Have a look at the about us page for more information.

How do I contact B:DAT?
There are several ways that you can contact B:DAT see the contact us page for further information.

How do I give feedback about a local service?
We always welcome feedback we have included an emailing facility, note this can be done anonymously. See the contact us page for further information.

What is this site for?
This site is an information resource for all, providing information about drugs and alcohol and local treatment services and many other drug and alcohol related information and links. If you would like to make any suggestions or provide feedback regarding this site then please contact us via the messaging facility.

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