Information for
Young People

Drug and alcohol misuse can be just as confusing and worrying for those who are suffering from addiction as it is to their loved ones. The effect that drug and alcohol use has on younger people is different from the effect that it has on adults. This page offers information on what the effects of alcohol and drugs are, how to stay safe, the law around them and advice to those who are concerned about addiction.

Information for
Adults

Moderation and addiction can both be unclear, especially in light of the new government safe drinking guidelines. This page offers information on substance misuse as well as advice on safe drinking and the law around drugs to those who are concerned about someone else, or their own use.

Information for
Adults & Young People

Drug and alcohol misuse can be just as confusing and worrying for those who are suffering from addiction as it is to their loved ones. The effect that drug and alcohol use has on younger people is different from the effect that it has on adults. This page offers information on what the effects of alcohol and drugs are, how to stay safe, the law around them and advice to those who are concerned about addiction.

Information on
How to get
in touch

Whether you are concerned about the relationship that you or someone you know has with drugs or alcohol, you can get help within Bracknell. The DAAT and SMART team are available to offer fast, non-judgemental and friendly guidance to those looking for support. This page also offers information on how to get in touch and how the drug and alcohol team work in Bracknell.

Further advice and information

For help and support from those suffering from mental health issues, including substance misuse, and their loved ones

www.mind.org.uk
www.rethink.org
Samaritans telephone 116 123

 

For help and support for those suffering from addiction

www.ukna.org
www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk
www.cauk.org.uk
www.lifeline.org.uk
Drinkline 0300 123 1110

 

For help and support for the family and friends of those suffering from addiction

www.adfam.org.uk
www.coap.org.uk
www.nacoa.org.uk
www.familylives.org.uk
www.famanon.org.uk
www.talktofrank.com/sites/default/files/Does%20your%20child%20know%20more%20than%20you%20-%20MARCH%202014%20v2.pdf

 

For more information about drugs in general

www.talktofrank.com