Im from the UK and in my area, the amount of support for people with drug and alcohol problems is really limited. I'm talking 1 centre in the middle of town that deals with the whole towns and surrounding areas users and abusers. If you miss an appointment you wait weeks for another. They leave you waiting in reception for at least half hour, and thats on a good day. But when you look through into the office, I counted 8 people sitting around seemingly doing f all, last time I was there. It would be nice if peoples individual doctors at their own local practice would take over care once you're stable, but they just won't do it. Another centre is badly needed in my area, but it's not the sort of place that your average joe wants to even know about, let alone help to get going. But then again, that 1 centre is a godsend and better than nothing, which i'm sure some places dont even have. I'd be in real trouble if there was no centre to go to. So should I just stop complaining and be grateful for what we do have? What's the support like in other places?