National Helplines and Websites
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): AA is concerned with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics.
Helpline: 0800 9177650
Website: Alcoholics Anonymous
Al-Anon Familly Groups: Support for people affected by someone else's drinking across the UK and Fife.
Helpline: 020 7403 0888 (10am-10pm)
Website: Al-Anon UK
Drink Aware: Provides facts and advice on whether you need to cut down on your drinking and includes a unit calculator and drinks diary.
Website: Drink Aware
Drink Wise Age Well: This national website is aimed at older people who have developed long term drinking habits.
Drinkline: Confidential helpline to speak to someone if you're having problems with your drinking.
Helpline: 0300 123 1110
Groups and Services in Fife
Drug & Alcohol Project Limited (DAPL): The Project offers support and counselling to individuals/families who are affected by alchohol and substance use.
Tel: 01333 422277
Fife Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): AA is concerned with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics. A number of groups are held across Fife.
Fife website: AA Fife
Local 24-hour Helpline: 0131 225 2727
Fife Alcohol Support Service (FASS): FASS provides a free, Fife-wide, community based, confidential, alcohol counselling service for individuals and family and friends affected by alcohol problems. Anyone can refer to this service. There is a referral form available on the website for download
Tel: 01592 206200
Fife Intensive Rehabilitation & Substance Misuse Team (FIRST): FIRST provides a Fife-wide rehabilitation service to clients with substance misuse problems via one-to-one, group and volunteer support. A dedicated worker will work with individuals to achieve goals identified whilst in the service. Support is available on a wide range of issues which may be affected due to substance misuse. Auricular Acupuncture is also offered to all clients to enhance their one-to-one support.
Tel: 01592 585960 or 07598450959 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org