We are available 9am to 9pm Monday to Friday, to talk about any concerns you have about either your own, or someone else’s drinking. We can talk to you about the services that are available to help you.
In Surrey, it is estimated that more than a quarter of adults who drink alcohol, drink above what are considered safe levels and therefore risk developing health problems in the future due to drinking. Regularly drinking too much alcohol can have severe effects health. Drinking more than the recommended daily units of alcohol significantly increases the risk of developing over sixty diseases and affecting mental health.
Other websites to visit
TALK TO FRANK for facts, support and advice on alcohol
SURREY AND BORDERS I-ACCESS
If you’re concerned about the amount you drink you can visit the Surrey i-access website and download this leaflet.
You could also visit the Drink aware website and complete their self assessment tool. This is a quick test to help you understand more about the impact of your drinking and whether your relationship with alcohol is about right or if you’re over doing it and need to take action.
DRINK COACH is an alcohol self-assessment tool which provides feedback on drinking risk and gives personalised advice and help to find local support services and online appointments with a drink coach.