Alcohol, drugs and substance misuse
Are you concerned about how drinking alcohol impacts upon your life?
Would you like to talk to someone about your drinking habits?
Most people are unaware of the harm they could be causing by their social drinking. Most people who have alcohol-related health problems aren’t alcoholics. They are simply people who are regularly drinking more than the recommended levels for some years.
For information on alcohol units and guidelines, please visit NHS.UK – Alcohol .
If your alcohol intake is a little more than you would like then you can contact We Are With You North East Lincolnshire . We Are With You provide free, confidential support to people who have issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health.
Support to reduce your drinking
If you are concerned about how drinking alcohol impacts upon your life, or if you want to talk to someone about your drinking habits, we are here to help.
For information go to Livewell – Reducing your drinking .
Drug and substance misuse
Drugs and alcohol abuse destroys lives and communities.
North East Lincolnshire is estimated to have 25,000 hazardous or harmful drinkers, 5000 dependant drinkers, 15,000 binge drinkers and 45%of all crime is believed to be alcohol related. The level of hard illicit drug users in North East Lincolnshire has been steadily falling over the last few years. Although it is still estimated that there are 1,587 heroin users and 560 crack cocaine users.
Get help now
Wellbeing Service – The Wellbeing Service are here for you to talk to about how and why you drink, you can contact us on 01472 325500 to have an informal chat about any concerns or questions that you may have.
We Are With You – We Are With You North East Lincolnshire provides free, confidential support to people who have issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health. Contact them by phone on 01472 806890.
We Are With You North East Lincolnshire – Drug and alcohol support
Drink Aware – For the facts about alcohol
Alcohol Concern – Information and guidance on alcohol
Alcoholics Anonymous – Help to stay sober and help other people do the same
Wellbeing service, Civic Offices, Knoll Street, Cleethorpes, DN35 8LN
Telephone: 01472 325500