Connections in Recovery Europe (CiREU) offers expert pre-and post services.

There is help for substance misuse and mental health in Europe due to individuals experiencing mild to moderate symptoms are on the rise, according to the World Health Organization. Connections in Recovery Europe provides mental health and substance misuse pre-and post services through consultations and support services, interventions, crisis management, case management, safe transports, trained recovery and mental health coaches and companions, and drug testing. 

With teams in Paris and London, and companions in other major cities, we can assist with a multitude of services to make it seamless for the individual and their loved ones.

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Getting help for substance misuse and mental health in Europe

CiR Europe provides the individual and their family the guidance and support necessary to navigate all stages of substance misuse and/or mental health recovery. We can assist with:

  • Housing
  • Obtaining visas
  • Providing clinical resources
  • Substance misuse and mental health coaching and companion services
  • Travel coordination
  • Safe transports
  • Student transfers
  • Academic and social support
  • Placement into residential and hospital level of care
  • Crisis management
  • Wellness checks
  • Medication management
  • Drug testing
  • And more…

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International Speaking

Our Connections in Recovery Substance Misuse and Mental Health Companions speak French, Spanish, Italian, and Swedish.

Find our more about CiR Europe HERE.

Drug and alcohol addiction is a problem worldwide, and Europe has its own unique struggles.

Across the EU, research found that cannabis is the most commonly used drug, with over a quarter of the population using it at some point in their lifetime. Between 2015 and 2017, over 11% of the population in France used cannabis at some point; France has the highest prevalence of use among adults in Europe. The second highest use rate was in Italy, where it was at 10.5%, followed by Spain, with 9.5%. The second most commonly used drug in the EU was cocaine, with 5% of the population using it at some point in their lifetimes. ~ Addiction in the EU