DRUG rehabilitation services in South Kirklees will be easier to access after the relocation of services to a `one-stop shop' in Huddersfield town centre.
The Station Street Project aims to encourage more substance misusers into rehabilitation by providing support and treatment under one roof. All adult services managed by Lifeline Kirklees in Huddersfield have moved to Station Street.
Clr Khizar Iqbal, chairman of the Kirklees Safer Communities Partnership, said: "Improving access to treatment enables individuals to overcome their drugs problems.
"This also reduces the harm to their families and communities by helping to break the cycle of drugs-related crime."
Bridget Hughes, manager of Lifeline Kirklees, said: "This location is more discreet than our previous offices, making it less intimidating for people to walk in and seek help.
"Housing services together means clients can get the help they need in one place, which cuts down waiting and travelling times."
The move follows the success of a one-stop shop drug service in Dewsbury.