Switch is an alcohol and drug service working with young people across Buckinghamshire. Switch offers support and information, and helps young people to develop life skills to make healthy choices around their alcohol and drug use - choices which are important to them. Switch also provides support and information for the families and carers of young people who are struggling with substance misuse.
Switch can provide support wherever the young person feels most comfortable whether that’s at our locality hubs, home, school or a café. They can talk to a friendly and approachable worker who can offer help, information and support while deciding what choices they want to make.
What can we offer?
One to one individual support with a key worker
Meet the young person wherever they feel most comfortable
Support for families and carers
Professional drug and alcohol training
Life skill development and AQA unit awards
Education, training and employment support
General health support
Access to local activities such as cooking, music and arts and crafts
Access to pharmacological support
Support dealing with the hidden harm caused by parental substance misuse
Involve other services as agreed
Who to contact
Where to go
- The Round House
St. Marys Street
- HP11 2HE
- Geographic Area Covered
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 9pm to 5pm (drop in sessions available)
- Session Information
Drop-in sessions run from 3pm to 6pm at the following locations:
Mondays and Thursdays | The Roundhouse, Saint Mary Street, High Wycombe, HP11 2HE
Tuesdays and Fridays | Youth Concern, The Uptown Coffee Bar, Whitehill Lane, Aylesbury HP19 8FL
- Age Ranges
- 10 to 18 years (25 where appropriate)
- Last Updated
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