A list of published reports about alcohol and related issues.
A list of free, confidential services to help you decide what steps to take next if you have concerns about your own or someone else’s drinking
This app provides you with instant feedback on your drinking. It compares your drinking against the Drinks Meter community to give unbiased, anonymous feedback.
They provides an information resource for the local area around drug awareness, drug education, drug prevention, family support, local drugs research, family & community support.
Alcohol addiction, formally called alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a chronic, relapsing brain disorder.
The SMART Recovery Toolbox provides a variety of methods, worksheets, and exercises to help you self-manage your addiction recovery and your life.
Offering a wide variety of services including, non-judgmental confidential telephone helpline and one-to-one support service for women.
We are specifically linking to the teen section of this site, a place just for teens affected by someone else’s alcoholism.
Offering a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm.
Their services are available to anyone resident in the catchment area of the North Eastern Region of the Health Service Executive – North of the Liffey & North County Dublin. They have been providing services to people with alcohol problems since 1977.
The Loreto Centre in Crumlin was set up to meet the needs of people in the local community, by providing opportunities for personal growth and community development through the delivery of Adult Community Education and low cost Counselling/Psychotherapy.
Empowering people to make and maintain healthy lifestyle changes related to alcohol, polydrug misuse and Hepatitis C.
Provides a range of treatment services to people with addictions, their families or anyone affected by addiction
As with all Somatic exploration has three important strategies:
1). Speed… Slow down to feel more.
2). Respect your limits.. don’t bring it to your end range. It’s not a stretch or exercise. Keep movements small and slow.
3). Keep comfortable – if it’s not comfortable, don’t do it.
Take care of yourself,