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Self Help Groups

  • Cyswllt Ceredigion Contact

    Cyswllt Ceredigion Contact is for over 16 year olds who are concerned about their own or someone else's use of drugs, alcohol or food. They provide: • Free and confidential advice. • Drug and Alcohol Awareness - for people whoa re aware they have a problem and want to find out why. • Day...
  • Daily Fix

    A web site that sends a daily affirmation to your inbox each morning to give you a positive message and a good feeling to help you through your day.
  • Down Your Drink

    Down Your Drink is a free and confidential website which is designed to help people develop safer drinking habits. Note, however, that access to the site is currently restricted to those people consenting to take part in a randomised controlled trial. The Down Your Drink team is based at...
  • Drinkaware

    Drinkaware is an online site which aims to give useful information about alcohol and drinking, from fascinating facts to practical tips, to suit all kinds of people and occasions. The website is run by the Drinkaware Trust which is an independent UK-wide, public-facing body with the objective of...
  • DrinkLine

    help with drink problems
  • Drugscope

    DrugScope is the UK’s leading independent centre of information and expertise on drugs. Our aim is to inform policy development and reduce drug-related harms – to individuals, families and communities. We provide quality drug information, promote effective responses to drug use, undertake...
  • European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (UK) (EATA)

    EATA is a charity working to help ensure people with substance dependencies get the treatment they need. We work with providers, referrers, commissioners and policy makers to improve access and quality in the rehabilitative treatment of substance dependency. They work towards helping...
  • European Association for the Treatment of Addiction (UK) (EATA)

    EATA is a charity working to help ensure people with substance dependencies get the treatment they need. We work with providers, referrers, commissioners and policy makers to improve access and quality in the rehabilitative treatment of substance dependency. They work towards helping...
  • Families Anonymous

    Families Anonymous is a self-help fellowship of families and friends of drug users and those with behavioural problems. Based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, the programme's focus is on the family and supporting them in coping with the addict.
  • Fast Forward Positive Lifestyles Ltd

    Fast Forward promotes health through education by, with and for young people. It focuses on the prevention of drug, alcohol and tobacco misuse, working with the following groups: young people, those who work with young people, and those making decisions which affect young people's lives. Fast...