Alcohol Support – Organisations that can help.

We work with a range of subject matters across the charity and public sectors. Alcohol is a cheeky drug. Generally, we start using it for positive reasons, but for some, this will gradually turn into problem-drinking, leading to dependence. Be honest with yourself about your relationship with alcohol, and if you do need help with this, please reach out for assistance.
Here are some helpful links with some great information on support.

Alcohol Change UK

Alcohol Change UK is a leading UK alcohol charity, formed from the merger of Alcohol Concern and Alcohol Research UK.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Millions of men and women have heard or read about the unique Fellowship called Alcoholics Anonymous since its founding in 1935. Of these, more than 2,000,000 now call themselves members. People who once drank to excess, they finally acknowledged that they could not handle alcohol, and now live a new way of life without it.

NHS Alcohol Support

The NHS offer Alcohol support to their patients. A good place to start is with a GP. Try to be accurate and honest about how much you drink and any problems it may be causing you.
The also have a multitude of online resources, available below – including details of support available in your area.

Smart Recovery

SMART Recovery helps participants decide whether they have a problem, builds up their motivation to change and offers a set of proven tools and techniques to support recovery.