The Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project “GEAAP” has been offering a service to the East of Glasgow since 1991. GEAAP’s aim is to reduce the harm associated with the use and misuse of alcohol.
A free, confidential, one to one, counselling & support service to anyone concerned about their own or another’s alcohol use.
Our women’s group meets each Wednesday afternoon enabling women with alcohol issues the opportunity to gain support from each other.
Prevention & Education
A unique programme of initiatives, aiming to inform and educate the residents of the East of Glasgow.
Offering support and encouragement to individuals who are trying to achieve long term recovery from alcohol addiction.
Recovery Cafés are a growing model of alcohol free days and nights that are being developed across Glasgow.
We have collected useful information and resources in this section to help answer questions you may have on alcohol.
Alcohol can lower your blood sugar levels, which can cause seizures.
Alcohol is associated with 33% of major trauma patients and 25% of all trauma patients.
Two in five (41%) of prisoners report being drunk at the time of their offence.
71% of alcohol-related hospital stays were men.
Alcohol was a factor in 3,705 deaths in Scotland in 2015.