What to do in an emergency

If you have a problem with your treatment or prescribing, your first port of call is to ring us on 03000 212270.

Accident & Emergency (A&E)

ONLY call 999 if someone is seriously ill or seriously injured and their life is at risk.

Aspire do provide Naloxone training and Naloxone for people that may overdose from opiates like heroin through our needle exchanges. This can be a life saving medication. For more information please contact 03000 212270.


Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need a response immediately, it’s best to call on the phone. This number is FREE to call: 116 123


If you are experiencing non-life threatening health problems for the first time and think that you might need treatment, you need to contact your GP in the first instance. Once you have seen your GP they will be able to refer you to the most appropriate local health service.

If you are not registered with a GP yet, or are unsure of your GP’s contact details then please visit the NHS Choices website where you can find all contact details for all your local healthcare services.

NHS Choices

NHS choices is an online health information service that allows users to access information on services in their local area, check their symptoms, find information on conditions and treatments and access information on a range of health related topics visit the NHS website

Other useful links

About Aspire

Aspire is a partnership organisation set up by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) and registered charity The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS).

We pride ourselves on being innovative and forward thinking, and work closely with the recovery communities we serve to provide flexible, responsive services, which offer the best possible recovery outcomes for all our service users.