Get help

If you are worried about your relationship with alcohol or someone else's, there are a number of resources and support networks.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous is a free support group that provides assistance to people who choose to stop drinking.
  • The Cancer Foundation provides information about the effect of alcohol on your risk of developing cancer.
  • Alcohol Help provides help to people affected by someone else's drinking.
  • The Druglijn aims to reduce the negative impact of alcohol by helping people make better decisions about alcohol consumption.
  • The BOB campaign exposes all the potential consequences of drinking and driving and offers a blood alcohol calculator to accurately estimate your blood alcohol level.
  • Infor Drugs is a free, confidential helpline for anyone who is worried about their drinking or someone else's drinking. Call 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am to 8pm and weekends 11am to 4pm).
  • Infor Drugs provides tips for getting help and a full list of support networks to contact.
  • Aide Alcohol provides information on underage alcohol consumption and supports children and their families.
  • Ecoute Violences Conjugales provides specialized assistance to adults and children victims of domestic violence.
  • FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder) helps those affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and provides educational resources on the risks of alcohol use during pregnancy.
  • The VAD Organization's Low-Risk Alcohol Use Guidelines were created to help people make informed decisions about drinking alcohol.

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