Drugs and Alcohol

Drinkaware Online Tools & Apps

Online trackers and apps from Drinkaware to help you avoid harm from alcohol.

Download from: www.drinkaware.co.uk

SOURCE - Young People's Drug & Alcohol Service

SOURCE is Reading’s Young Person’s drug and alcohol service, working with young people under 18 years old or up to 25 if they are vulnerable adults or have LDD. SOURCE also offers family work support for clients.

Telephone: 0118 901 5666

Website: servicesguide.reading.gov.uk

Email: source@reading.gov.uk

One You Days Off - Mobile App

The One You Days Off app is a simple and easy way to track the days you drink alcohol and the days you don’t.

Download from: Google Play: One You Days Off

Download from: iTunes: One You Days Off

Drinkline

If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking, you can call this free helpline, in complete confidence.

Telephone: 0300 123 1110

Talk to Frank

If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.

Telephone: 0300 123 6600

Text: 82111

Website: www.talktofrank.com

Email: frank@talktofrank.com

One You Drinks Tracker - Mobile App

Drinking a bit too much can sneak up on you. Our free drinks tracker app makes it easy to keep an eye on the booze and take control with daily tips and feedback.

Download from: Google Play: One You Drinks Tracker

Download from: iTunes: One You Drinks Tracker

IRiS Reading

IRiS Reading is an adult alcohol and drug treatment service available to anyone over the age of 18 who lives in Reading, with support services available for family members of drug and alcohol users.

Telephone: 0118 955 7333

Website: www.cranstoun.org

Swanswell

Swanswell is a national alcohol and drug charity which helps people change and be happy. Swanswell has an office in Newbury where there are drop-in clinics from 9am to 7.30pm on Mondays, and until 5pm during the rest of the week.

Telephone: 020 8335 1830

Facebook: www.facebook.com/swanswellUK

Website: www.swanswell.org

Email: wberksadmin@swanswell.org

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Telephone: 0800 917 7650

Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Email: help@aamail.org

Further information

For more information about the benefits of drinking less, top tips and more visit NHS Choices – Drinking and Alcohol
Alternatively, for more information on how drug misuse can be harmful to your health visit NHS Choices – The Effects of Drugs