Many people enjoy a drink but how many of us are sure we are drinking within safe limits? For information on what is safe and ideas on making changes find out more by visiting the NHS website or visit www.drinkaware.co.uk
‘Free training is available from Action4Change for staff who would like to understand how best to help their patients and service users manage their drinking. For more details see: Summary of IBA Training form’
The Under 19’s Substance Misuse Service’ helps young people and their families who are affected by drugs and alcohol. Phone: 01323 464404
East Sussex Recovery Alliance – There is a range of recovery support run by and for people with drug and alcohol issues to support each other on their paths to recovery. You can find out more information about these and when meetings take place on the East Sussex Recovery Alliance page.
East Sussex Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service- offer drug and alcohol treatment, recovery and wellbeing support to all adults affected by alcohol and other drugs, their loved ones and communities, across the whole of East Sussex. They have a hub in Eastbourne, at House, 6 St Leonards Road, Eastbourne, BN21 3UH. For more information see their website
Alcoholics Anonymous aims to help the recovery of alcoholics by group meetings and individual support. There are multiple meetings a week in Eastbourne and Lewes. For details of local meetings ring 0845 769 7555 or visit the Alcoholics Anonymous website.
Al-Anon Family Groups provide support and understanding to anyone whose life is, or has been affected by someone else’s drinking. For details of local groups ring 020 7403 0888.