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Alcohol Awareness Week

November 15 @ 8:00 am - November 21 @ 5:00 pm

Alcohol and relationships are closely linked. Many of us associate alcohol and socialising, and alcohol can become a big part of our connections and interactions with those around us. But when our own or a loved one’s drinking starts to negatively affect our relationships, or stands in the way of us taking action on our own drinking habits, it can have a very negative impact on our life.  

On top of this, research shows that many of us have found ourselves drinking more to deal with feelings of loneliness and isolation during the pandemic. As we leave lockdown and return to normal life there will be new pressures too – pressures to drink, ‘sober shaming’, and pressures we put on ourselves to get back to ‘normal’ socialising.

So this Alcohol Awareness Week, we’ll be sharing stories, factsheets, tips and more to help us better understand the ways in which alcohol can affect us and our relationships with those around us, and the benefits of cutting down.

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November 15 @ 8:00 am
November 21 @ 5:00 pm