Glass Half Full

Many of us enjoy a glass of something alcoholic to chill out, have fun or generally pass the time. But how much we drink can increase without us really thinking about it.

We can start drinking more for lots of reasons. Maybe work has become more stressful, you have more spare time after retiring, perhaps your children have moved out, or life is just generally feeling difficult.

Why not try swapping your next drink for a non-alcoholic alternative? Even cutting back small amounts can give you more energy to play with the grandchildren, help you lose weight, give you confidence to go out and try new things, or have a clear head to get that project done at work!

Need help?

Struggling to cut down or think your drinking might be out of control? Realising that you have a problem is the first step to making a positive change.

There’s help available in Camden.  If you’re worried about your drinking or somebody else’s, speak to your GP. Or, if you live in Camden or are registered with a Camden GP, get in touch with Camden’s alcohol support service.

  • Get support around alcohol use
    • Get support around alcohol use

      Contact Camden’s alcohol support service:
      icon–phone 020 3227 4950 or 0300 303 2420 (24-hour freephone advice and referral line)
      icon–mail icascamden.org.uk
      icon–location Drop-in service at 7-8 Early Mews, Arlington Road, Camden Town, London, NW1 7HG