Road to Recovery
This page is aimed at adults in recovery or aiming for recovery and are making changes to their alcohol use. Here you can find useful resources and services. Remember that if you download a resource, or save a weblink you can add these to your Toolkit.
With You have provided some resources and support if you’re worried about someone else’s drinking or drug use inlcuding.
- How to talk to someone about their drinking or drug use
- Setting healthy boundaries
- How to support someone who has stopped drinking
- What to do if someone you know relapses
- How to look after yourself
- Self harm: advice for parents
- How to have better conversations
Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12 step fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common issues and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; they are self-supporting through our own contributions.Back to top
Drinkline is the national alcohol helpline. If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking, you can call this free confidential helpline on 0300 123 1110.
Drinkline offers the following services:
- Information and self-help materials
- Help to callers worried about their own drinking
- Support to the family and friends of people who are drinking
- Signposting and where to find help
Drinkline doesn’t provide individual medical advice, formal counselling or treatment.Back to top
We Are With You are a national charity providing free and confidential support to people experiencing issues with drugs or alcohol. Their primary purpose is to support people to make lasting changes in their lives.
Their website includes:
- Advice on ways to cut down on alcohol and drugs
- Online tools to help you manage your mental health
- Advice on visiting a drug/alcohol service or a needle exchange
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