Addaction Bodmin

Services we provide

Adult drug and alcohol


  • Disabled access
  • Free parking

How to find us

We are found on the Walker Lines Industrial Estate, Bodmin five minutes from the A38 and ten minutes from the A30. The Walker Lines Industrial Estate is well signposted from both main arterial roads. There is a Barnecutts Bakery shop on the corner of our road and we are opposite the Proper Cornish food factory. 

What we offer

Addaction Bodmin office serves the needs of the Bodmin area. The office provides needle exchange. It has a mix of psychosocial groups, and lifeskills activities being delivered out of St Petroc’s.  Workers offer 1:1 support and groups as well as mutual aid.

We offer satellite services in bases across north Cornwall including Bude, Wadebridge, Camelford, Boscastle and Padstow.

Click to the group types below to see the times and places for our various peer support groups in Cornwall:


Our Addaction Cornwall volunteer project is a very popular scheme. As part of our commitment to supporting rural Cornish communities, we’re looking for motivated individuals across the county who want to help others improve their lives. Currently we have 73 volunteers working with service users and in our three locality offices.

Volunteers in Cornwall are a much-valued part of the team and participate within most levels of our service provision. We are interested in whatever skills you can bring, and we especially encourage those who’ve had personal experience or have been affected by someone else's drug or alcohol problems to apply.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, you can complete the online application or download the application pack and we will make contact with you. Click here to see our volunteer opportunities.

Tracy Smith,  Community Engagement Coordinator and Trainer, Truro Western House, Tabernacle Street, Truro, TR1 2EJ.   01872 263001 


Mon - Fri: 9:00-17:00

"The majority of the activity in Bodmin is carried out at St Petrocs which is located in Bodmin town centre, you can be seen on a one-to-one basis, attend structured groups as well as getting involved in a variety of lifeskills activities."


"I do the CJ MAP meeting in Bodmin with another volunteer. Bodmin is a bit hard to reach but I like to give something back so make the effort to get there , I get a great sense of satisfaction  supporting people and it helps me to , seeing where I once was and role modelling for the people coming through the service."