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The first point of contact for help with alcohol in Hull is often Change Grow Live. They manage ‘Renew Hull‘ where they ‘support anyone struggling with drugs or alcohol’.
The dedicated alcohol hub is available to help anyone struggling with alcohol. You do not need to be an ‘alcoholic’ to access the services. If you think you are drinking too much and it’s having an impact on your life then the alcohol hub is for you.
You can call them to make an apppointment or pop in to see them at their centre on Beverley Road.
A support worker will assess your needs and together you will decide on a plan to move forward. This could be anything from a brief intervention to residential rehab if you are dependent on alcohol.
Renew Hull also offer group work, peer support activities, along with aftercare and ongoing support following rehab.
This alcohol service can also offer support to family and friends of a person who has a problem with alcohol.
You can contact Renew Hull on 01482 620013 or email email@example.com
ADS (Alcohol & Drug Service) have helped thousands of local people with alcohol problems over 30 years. They work with the NHS to run the Hull Primary Addictions service in partnership with Humber Foundation NHS Trust. The focus is on early intervention so that alcohol doesn’t take over your life and supporting people who have had a long term drinking problem.
You can access their service at 7 GP surgeries in Hull so you will be able to see an alcohol worker close to your home.
You can contact ADS on 01482 320606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hull Alcohol Detox & Rehab
Goodwin Development Trust
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
AA offers peer support for individuals struggling with alcohol dependence. They have meetings throughout the UK, including Hull. You can find more information about meetings in your area on their website.