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Drinking less alcohol

Why is cutting down on alcohol so important?

Reducing the amount of alcohol you drink can bring some great rewards.

Not only will it mean a reduced risk to your health, but you could look better, feel better and have more time to spend doing other activities.

How do I get started?

You can also use our online health and wellbeing planner to  make some postive changes to your lifestyle.

What support is available in Staffordshire?

Am I drinking too much?

If you are worried about the amount of alcohol you drink, then can use One Recovery’s alcohol test to find out if you’re drinking too much.

If you're concerned about the impact that your drinking is having on your life, your friends and family, contact One Recovery Staffordshire for support:

Email: staffordshire@onerecovery.org.uk
Phone: 01785 224771

Is there support for young people?

T3  is a young person's substance misuse service in Staffordshire. It provides  help for 10-19 year olds who want to reduce or abstain from alcohol or drugs.

Call 01785 241393 if you need confidential advice and support.

For more information about alcohol and the effects it has on young people, you can also visit the talk about alcohol web site.

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