Alcohol Facts and Information
adults and young people enjoy drinking alcohol. Here are some
facts – about recommended safe levels of drinking, about
'units' and the law – to help you drink safely.
Drug Facts and Information
affects individuals, families and communities. There are many
different types of illicit drugs which can seem confusing so it is
worth getting some basic information on them. The information
below is a good starting point and we have provided links to many
other websites for more detailed and specific information.
Harm Reduction in Worcestershire
Harm Reduction is a core and critical theme in the delivery
of drug treatment. In the broadest sense harm reduction
approaches and activity are about working to reduce the health,
social and economic disadvantage and negative impact to
individuals, families and communities caused by problematic use of
substances. More specifically it is about reducing the direct
risks associated with drug use to the individual drug user.
find all of the current documents here related to the
work of Worcestershire Drug and Alcohol Services as well as those
of the former Drug & Alcohol Action Team, including the annual
Needs Assessment, Drug and Alcohol Action Plan and Strategic
Alcohol Plan. The Needs Assessment gives details of population,
drug and alcohol use and progress for the last year.
- Talk to Frank
and confidential information and signposting.
Community programme to encourage
abstinence from alcohol.
- Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other.
Information, training and support for carers, support groups and
- Alcohol Myths
Test your knowledge of alcohol-related
risks and find out the facts about drinking.
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This page was last reviewed 9 May 2013 at 11:07.
The page is next due for review 5 November 2014.