Our Drug and Alcohol Support Services are still available during COVID-19. As ever, they are free and confidential.
We are happy to give you advice and support to reduce the harms caused by drugs and alcohol.
Helping people recover
While face to face group work and most one to one contact has been suspended, online groups and telephone support are being developed and are available. Please get in touch if you are concerned by your, or anyone else’s, use of drugs and alcohol.
Adults (25 years and over)
Young people (24 years or under)
Need help to drink less?
Call Southampton’s free and confidential support line: 02382 002764
Cutting back on the booze can be a really effective way to improve your health, boost your energy, lose weight and save money.
- Drink free days app
- A guide to calories in alcohol
- Tips for drinking less
- All you need to know about units of alcohol
NHS information about alcohol
- general health
- ideas for cutting down
- support to reduce or stop drinking
- support for families and children of people with alcohol issues
Tel: 0300 123 1110 (weekdays 9am to 8pm, weekends 11am to 4pm).
A national alcohol helpline. Free and confidential. You can call if you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking.
Online mutual aid meetings
These are not run or funded by the council. They are established organisations.