We are here to help. If you are worried or curious about your alcohol use, then you can find the nearest service for you, contact us by telephone (0300 111 2470), or have a further look through this web site for some on line information and tips.
We can also help you if you are the carer of a someone with an alcohol problem , or if you are affected by someone close to you who may have a problem with alcohol.
Getting help is easy:
* get some helpful tips and advice about alcohol on line,
* call into one of our ‘open access’ sessions in your area click here for details,
* telephone 0300 111 2470, choose your local area and make an appointment.
* Contact us by email
Our alcohol advice service is free and confidential, and we will discuss this further with you once we meet you.
We can help you reduce your drinking, or help you stop altogether. The key is what you want to do.
If you feel that you have an alcohol problem then we are here to help. Remember, the majority of people with alcohol problems can make their life better by making a few simple changes. We are here to support you in making your life the way you want it to be.
We run Information and Advice sessions throughout East Sussex for anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else’s drinking.
You do not need an appointment to attend. Our worker is available for a 15 minute one-to-one confidential consultation when you can find out about the services available, or receive simple advice on how to cut down on your drinking. You don’t even have to give your name if you don’t want to in the first instance.
If you decide you would like ongoing support from our organisation, we will ask you to complete a self assessment form. Our worker will be happy to help you complete the form if you need assistance. We will assess your needs and let you know what we can offer you. You are welcome to use the Information and Advice sessions anytime for continuing support.
We are here to help and support people in Hull who want information about how alcohol can affect their life and health. We can also offer support to those who want to make some changes in the way they drink alcohol in order to have a healthier lifestyle. We work in close partnership with the NHS in Hull and the Know your Limits campaign.
The Action for Change team is based in the community in a number of locations. You can be sure that there will be somewhere nearby where you can go for an informal and confidential chat with someone who understands about the impact of alcohol.
Current estimates are that 1 in 7 of us is looking after someone, or affected by someone else’s drug or alcohol problem. So you are not alone.
We can help. Call 0300 111 2470 to talk to someone in one of our local services.