Useful Links

A collection of useful links from around the web that will help you gain access to services and advice.


Drinkaware is an independent charity working to reduce alcohol misuse and harm in the UK. We’re here to help people make better choices about drinking.


NHS Choices is the official website of the National Health Service in England. We are the the UJ’s biggest health website, account for a quarter of all health-related traffic.


Rise Above is where you will find interesting and useful stuff from the web and beyond to get us all talking about the things that matter to us.


KidsHealth is the most-visited site on the Web for information about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.


My Family and Alcohol is for parents, wives, husbands, partners, grandparents , aunts, uncles, cousins.. basically any family member…. who is worried about alcohol in their lives.


Know The Score is one of the biggest websites for drug awareness. Giving information on the effects from drugs and offering others support for drug addictions.


Talk To Frank gives free advice on all types of drugs, ways to get help if you are an addict, and generally good information about drug awareness


Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship charity. We provide young people, aged 11 – 26, with a mixture of information, ideas and incentives to help them become confident, informed and active citizens.


We want to reduce the impact of alcohol on individuals, families, communities and Scotland as a whole, through the implementation of effective alcohol control policies and legislation.


At Lifelink we believe that good mental health is fundamental to our overall wellbeing. Having the skills and tools to cope with life and the pressures that come with it.


Deliver effective and high quality health services, to act to improve the health of our population and to do everything we can to address the wider social determinants of health which cause health inequalities.


We are here in times of difficulty to provide a safe and supportive space by listening, offering advice and providing information.


At GEMAP we believe that by engaging clients as people, not cases. By providing support, we can inspire people to transform their own lives. And… all our services are FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL.


AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help. No judgement or treatment.


In Scotland we opened our first branch in Edinburgh in 1959.  Since then we have grown to 19 branches supported by over 1,000 volunteers across the country, stretching from Shetland to the Borders.


We help more than 300,000 people solve their problems each year in communities everywhere from city centres to the Highlands and Islands.

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