This blog is run by Libby Ranzetta and James Morris of Ranzetta Consulting and the Alcohol Academy to help professionals in the alcohol harm reduction field stay up to date with news and developments.
Alcohol Research UK is an independent charity which funds research and other initiatives that increase understanding of alcohol-harm – the causes, the problems and the solutions – and uses findings to influence both policy and practice.
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You are invited to comment on the clips, which are supported by footnotes to which you can add. The Federation of Drug & Alcohol Professionals (FDAP) is the professional body for the substance use field and works to help improve standards of practice across the sector.
This section gives families the opportunity to discuss their feelings in a safe environment Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking.
They won’t judge you or put you down and they are not easily shocked.They provide a full range of advice, training and development services to help our member credit unions grow and become sustainable financial co-operatives.Drugs forum is an information hub of high-standards and a platform where people can freely discuss recreational drugs in a mature, intelligent manner.We believe in offering ‘a hand up, not a hand out’, but we also recognise that earning an income is the first step on the journey away from homelessness.
Child Line is a helpline for children, no problem is too big or too small.
The Alcohol Education Reseach Centre is the only UK charity that is dedicated exclusively to funding work that improves our understanding of what causes excessive drinking, how it can be prevented and the best ways of tackling the problems it causes The Alcohol Learning Centre (ALC) is an on-line one-stop-shop which collates, co-ordinates and disseminates learning and promising practice from across the NHS and the Third Sector.