Simply cutting down how much alcohol you drink can improve your health and wellbeing in many ways. Information, support, drink diaries, unit calculators and apps are all available for free from One You.
If you have concerns about alcohol consumption or drug use, you can raise your concerns with your GP or Practice Nurse, who can offer advice and refer you to suitable help, or you may prefer to discuss your concerns first with a Community Pharmacist.
The Recovery service provided by Double Impact offers peer support, mutual aid and accredited training to improve employability. Their recovery community helps support all those in or near recovery to build self-awareness and resilience to stay drink or drug free in the long term.
You may want the support of a support group. Alcoholics Anonymous offer support for people who feel they may have an alcohol problem. Narcotics Anonymous offer support for people who may have a drug problem.
Al-Anon offer support for anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else's drinking regardless of whether the person is still drinking or not.