Drugs & alcohol

  • Drinkaware

    Digital tools to help you assess, track and set goals to reduce your drinking.

    Drinkaware tools

  • Drinkline

    If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking, you can call this free helpline, in complete confidence.

    0300 123 1110

  • Talk to Frank

    If you have a problem with drugs, you can Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.

    0300 123 6600


    Talk to Frank


  • NHS Drink Free Days

    Drink Free Days is for people who like a drink but want some support in tracking and cutting down on the booze as well as better understanding the risks.

    Google Play Store
    Download NHS Drink Free Days on the Google Play Store

    Apple App Store
    Download NHS Drink Free Days on the Apple App Store

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

    0800 9177 650

    Alcoholics Anonymous Great Britain


  • Change Grow Live

    Our alcohol and drug team help people who need support for their alcohol or drug use. We provide tailored help for those who are using alcohol and drugs such as cocaine, cannabis, benzodiazepines, ketamine, MDMA, steroids and amphetamine. Our support focuses on your needs. We offer one-to-one or group work, substitute prescribing, detox and rehab programmes.

    Change Grow Live

  • One You Drinks Tracker – mobile app

    Drinking a bit too much can sneak up on you. This free drinks tracker app makes it easy to keep an eye on the booze and take control with daily tips and feedback.

    Download on the Apple App Store

    Download on the Android App Store

  • JNR8 Youth & Community centre, Whalley Range

    One-to-one support and mentoring, cooking workshops for healthy eating and other youth projects for people aged 11–18 years. Support for whatever issues you may have, including relationships, homelessness, drugs and alcohol and behaviour. Our work has also included work in areas such as homework, confidence building, and dealing with anger issues.


  • The Recovery Academy

    The Trust’s Recovery Academy provides a range of free educational courses and resources for people with mental health and substance misuse problems, their families and carers as well as health care professionals.

    The Recovery Academy

  • One You Days Off – mobile app

    The One You Days Off app is a simple and easy way to track the days you drink alcohol and the days you don’t.

    Download on the Apple App Store

    Download on the Android App Store

  • Al-Anon

    Al-Anon is there for anyone whose life is or has been affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon is about helping you to find solace with and support from others who have been affected by their relationship with a drinker. A local group meets every Thursday evening in off Princess Parkway.

    0800 0086 811


  • Further information

    For more information about the benefits of drinking less, top tips and more visit
    NHS: Alcohol support

    Alternatively, for more information on how drug misuse can be harmful to your health visit
    NHS: Drug addiction