Organisation Details

An independent drug safety website which helps you weigh the benefits of any medication against its potential dangers.

E-mail via the website.

Antidepressants side effects

A list of the wide range of evident side effects caused by antidepressants.

What Doctors Don't Tell You

WDDTY is a monthly health journal which first appeared in 1989. It grew from a sense of frustration with conventional medicine, and a desire to tell others about its short-comings and dangers.

Tel (Editorial offices): 0208 971 1651

E-mail (for orders and subscription enquiries):

What Doctors Don't Tell You, Unit 10, Woodman Works, 204 Durnsford Road, London, SW19 8DR.

Coming Off

A website which provides up-to-date information about psychiatric medication, how it functions and the withdrawal process.


Council for Involuntary Tranquillizer Addiction (CITA)

CITA was founded in 1987 as a national Helpline, support and information service for people who had become involuntarily addicted to their prescribed tranquillisers. The service helps with stress and anxiety management and is used by clients and professionals alike.

Tel (office): 0151 474 9626 (Monday to Thursday 10 am till 4 pm)

Tel (Helpline): 0151 932 0102 (Monday to Friday 10 am till 1pm, including weekends and Bank Holidays)


CITA, The JDI Centre, 3-11 Mersey View, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 6QA.

James Moore

James runs a campaign to raise awareness of the difficulties users face when they want to stop taking psychoactive drugs; to encourage and support dialogue between users, mental health professionals and policy-makers around this issue; to promote the idea of drug tapering kits; and to encourage pharmaceutical manufacturers to better support the users of their products.

The website incorporates the weekly podcast "Let's Talk Withdrawal".


The All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence addresses the growing problem of prescribed drug dependence (PDD), acknowledging that increasing numbers of prescriptions for addictive, psychoactive drugs (including benzodiazepines, antidepressants, antipsychotics, stimulants and painkillers) are being given to both adults and children.