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We’re talking about how relationships and intimacy are affected by change in drinking and drug use.
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It can be hard to know where to start...
We have a range of self help tools that can get you started and help you along the way.
Do you have questions but not much time?
Our counsellors are available by email to assess your situation and suggest options.
Concerned about your drug or alcohol use?
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Online self-assessments will help you see how you are going.
Has your life changed after using ICE?
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Explore stories, articles and strategies to support making change and living healthier. Our blogs are about life in general and in relation to alcohol and other substances.
A guide to navigating concerns of your teen using drugs and some suggested next steps.
It can feel like a long road supporting someone else who is struggling with their alcohol or drug use and asking for the help you need at different stages can be important too, varying people and support services might aid you throughout the journey.
The holidays can feel like a minefield for anyone who is trying to give up drinking or at least change the way they drink. So what can we do about it?