Alcohol support

Where to get help if you, or someone you know, has a problem with alcohol.

When alcohol becomes a problem

Realising you, or a member of your family, has a problem with alcohol is the first step to getting better.  You may need help if:

  • You always feel the need for a drink
  • You get into trouble because of drinking
  • Often people warn you about how much you are drinking

Where to get help if you think you have an alcohol problem

The first step is to contact your GP, who will offer advice and support. Getting support beyond family and friends is important to understanding and overcoming the issues that make your drink.

Organisations that can offer you advice

  • Alcoholics Anonymous - A fellowship of men and women who support each other in their recovery from alcoholism
  • Community Alcohol Partnership - Encourages local partnership working to tackle underage alcohol misuse and associated antisocial behaviour
  • Drink Aware - Understand your drinking by completing the drinking self-assessment
  • The Source Cafe - A charity working with young people aged 11 - 25 in Rushmoor, Hart and West Surrey

Housing support

Organisations that can provide treatment

  • Action on Addiction - A specialist addiction treatment provider
  • Catch 22 - A free local service for young people aged under 19 years that provides a 24/7 emergency number on 0800 5999591
  • Inclusion Aldershot -Provides treatment and support for adults over the age of 18
  • Safer North Hampshire - Offers information and signposts to other organisations
 
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