CDARS supports some of the most isolated and vulnerable individuals who struggle with the following:

  • Mental health issues.
  • Physical health issues.
  • Substance misuse/addiction.
  • Neurodiverse conditions.

Many of these individuals also struggle with acute loneliness, isolation, unemployment, poverty, and lack of secure accommodation; and most of them tend to be marginalized from their communities – CDARS wants to offer a safe and nurturing space, to help these people overcome their issues.

We offer support and assistance to anyone over the age of 18, that lives in the following boroughs of London:

  • Merton
  • Wandsworth
  • Richmond
  • Kingston
  • Sutton

We apply a holistic approach to help our clients improve their mental, physical, social, and emotional wellbeing. We assistant them in their recovery and re-integration into work, community, and life in general, whilst also supporting their family and significant others.

We deliver a range of psychosocial health and well-being activities including:

  • A day programme for people affected by substance and alcohol misuse.
  • The Sunshine Recovery Café - a mental health recovery café which acts as a non-clinical alternative to Accidents and Emergencies for people experiencing, or at risk of, a mental health crisis.
  • A suicide prevention programme.
  • A health and well-being programme
  • Young people service.
  • Services for ex-military Veterans, including support for their families.
  • Support for neurodiverse groups, including autism spectrum disorder.
  • A community kitchen.

All our services include peer-led support and one-to-one counselling. We also have a 24/7 Telephone Crisis Helpline, the number to call is 07375 939926.

Services can be accessed simply by calling the following number - 020 84171960. Alternatively you can email: info@cdars.org.uk