Advice on sensible drinking
Drink in moderationBe mindful that you drink more when standing up. Remember to pace yourself.Have at least two drink-free nights a weekDrink one soft drink with every alcoholic drinkEat before starting to drinkDilute your drink with mixersStick to the recommended weekly and daily units0771011
You may need help with alcohol if:
you always need to have a drink, you get into trouble because of your drinking, or other people warn you about how much you’re drinking.
A good place to start is with your GP. Be honest about how much you drink.
Ask about free local support groups, day-centre counselling and one-to-one counselling.
Online service disruption for Housing/Council Tax support claims
Due to planned maintenance, our online system for Housing benefits and Council Tax support will be unavailable from 10pm Saturday August to 6am Sunday August. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Sensible Drinking Awareness
The Sensible Drinking Alcohol Service (SDAS)is a specific service commissioned to do alcohol awareness and prevention for the general population in Camden. The vision is to work with identified target groups each year, based on local research which identify people most at risk of developing alcohol issues or who are currently not engaging in alcohol services.A key principle is to engage with people in a range of environments who may not currently have alcohol issues, but could benefit from increased knowledge and health information.
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