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Region: BHSCT/BDACT, NHSCT/NDACT, SEHSCT/SEDACT, SHSCT/SDACT, WHSCT/WDACT

Steps 2 Cope provides one to one support and/or online web-based info, support and self help resources to young people, aged 11-18, affected by a parent's misue of alcohol

Region: BHSCT/BDACT, NHSCT/NDACT, SEHSCT/SEDACT, SHSCT/SDACT, WHSCT/WDACT

Al-Anon is specifically is for families of alcoholics who meet to share their experiences of having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives - you can call the head office to find out about a family support group meeting close to you

Region: BHSCT/BDACT, NHSCT/NDACT, SEHSCT/SEDACT, SHSCT/SDACT, WHSCT/WDACT

Alateen is part of Al-Anon and is specifically is for teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics (aged 12-17) who meet to share their experiences of having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives - you can call the head office to find out about an Alateen meeting close to you

Region: BHSCT/BDACT, NHSCT/NDACT, SEHSCT/SEDACT, SHSCT/SDACT, WHSCT/WDACT

One to one throughcare support where alcohol is an issue for prisoners and their families on release from prison (Hydebank, Maghaberry and Magilligan)

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

Provision of group support sessions within the SHSCT addiction service focussing on education and motivation

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

The service supports clients in reducing harm, accessing health care, maximising benefits, building relationships, recognising the impact of antisocial behaviour and identifying and pursuing personal aspirations

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

Therapeutic treatment and support service for children and young people, aged of 11 – 25, who are misusing substances - including support for family members

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

Low Threshold Service aimed at those who misuse alcohol and drugs at harmful levels and/or in harmful ways but who are unable to commit to formal treatment - the service works with clients who may lead chaotic lives and need assistance to reduce serious harm to themselves, arising from their problematic drug or alcohol use

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

Statutory Addiction Service provided by a range of Specialist Teams within Community and Hospital Settings (Community Addiction Team, Addiction Day Treatment Services, Substitute Prescribing Team and Substance Misuse Liaison Nurses)

Region: SHSCT/SDACT

Services provided include - one to one counselling, extended (non residential) 6 – 12 week treatment programmes, relapse prevention and family support