ARE YOU DRINKING TOO MUCH?
Many people can be unsure about how much they’re drinking, if it’s too much, the impact alcohol can have and whether they should take action. Here you’ll get the information you need to take control.
Take the DRINKAWARE self-assessment by clicking here.
For more information about addiction and sources of support see the links below.
|Information about addiction|
|NHS Live Well||Information, real life stories and details of support available.|
|Beating addictions||Information about a range of addictive behaviours and treatments.|
|Sources of support|
|Addaction||National charity providing a range of services to help transform the lives of people affected by drug and alcohol problems – details of local services are available on the website.|
|Adfam||Support for family and friends of people with drug and alcohol problems|
0800 9177 650
|Fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.|
0845 122 8608
|User-led organisation that provides information and advocacy for people accessing treatment for drug and alcohol problems.|
|Gamblers anonymous||Support groups for people with gambling addictions.|
0808 8020 133
|Free helpline offering advice, information and support for people experiencing gambling problems.|
|National Association for Children of Alcoholics
0800 358 3456
|Provides information, advice and support for everyone affected by a parent’s drinking, including adults.|
|National Problem Gambling Clinic
0207 3817 722
|Treats problem gamblers living in England and Wales aged 16 and over.|
0300 999 1212
|User-led group of men and women who support each other to stop using drugs.|
0845 4500 215
|National charity that gives free and confidential advice about drugs and the law.|
|Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous||Support groups for people with sex and love addictions.|
|Smokefree||NHS information and advice to help stop smoking.|
|Talk to Frank
0300 123 6600
|For information on drugs and getting help.|
|Turning Point||National organisation that provides health and social care services for people with complex needs, including alcohol and drug misuse and mental health problems.|