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The RCA Trust, formerly known as the Renfrew Council on Alcohol, established in 1977 providing community based alcohol and gambling related prevention and treatment services in Scotland.
0141 887 0880
Turning Point Scotland
Turning Point Scotland specialises in supporting people facing the most complex and challenging situations. Our ‘people centred’ ethos places the people we support first in our thinking and ensures that our staff convert their passion into great services. TPS delivers improvement in Scotland’s social care sector through high quality services, leadership and innovation.
0800 652 3757
Problem gambling is defined as gambling that is disruptive or damaging to you or your family, or interferes with your daily life. Most people in the UK gambled or played the lottery in the last year – activities like playing the lottery once or twice a week aren’t harmful. However, for around 9 in 1000 people, gambling becomes a problem or an addiction.
Alcohol Focus Scotland
Alcohol is a legal, socially acceptable drug which is seen as an integral part of Scottish life; used to celebrate, commiserate and socialise. It’s also a toxic substance that can create dependence and causes serious health and social problems. Drinking too much, too often, increases the risk of cancer and liver disease, being involved in an accident, being a victim or perpetrator of crime, experiencing family breakdown, and losing employment.
0800 7 314 314
We are with you
We Are With You provides free, confidential support to people who have issues with drugs, alcohol or mental health. We work with people on their own goals, whether that’s staying safe and healthy, making small changes or stopping an unwanted habit altogether.
Information, support and guidance, for young Scots.
0808 801 0338
UK Smart Recovery
The SMART Recovery 4-point programme: SMART Recovery helps participants decide whether they have a problem, builds up their motivation to change and offers a set of proven tools and techniques to support recovery.
The app is free to use and has been designed to help people track their own recovery journeys and achieve their personal goals. The app has been developed with people at different stages of recovery and is based on their ideas and feedback.
Breaking Free Online
Breaking Free from Substance Use Evidence-based recovery support programme
A lifeline of safe, caring and professional support to families, friends and partners who are struggling to cope with the nightmare of a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol and to those who have been bereaved by addiction or related causes.
0300 888 3853
Be Gamble Aware
Free, confidential help for anyone who is worried about their or someone else’s gambling. If you need help right away, call or live chat with an Adviser now through the National Gambling Treatment Service - available 24/7 for advice and help finding the right support.
0808 8020 133
Talk to Frank
If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.
0300 123 6600
Free, confidential helpline for anyone who is concerned about their drinking, or someone else's.
0300 123 1110
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
0800 9177 650
One You Drink Free Days
Make a pledge to take a few days off and you’re more likely to follow it through and reach your goals. Drink Free Days is for people who like a drink but want some support in tracking and cutting down on the booze. Understand more about your current drinking and risk levels as it common for people to underestimate how much they drink.
Drinkaware Online Tools & Apps
Drinkaware's range of online tools can help you understand your drinking, track your drinks and change your habits.