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Alcohol Advice

For many people, stopping or reducing drinking can be a straight forward decision based on wanting to become healthier.

Alcohol Advice

Drugs Advice

The more you can plan for coping without the drugs you have been using, the more successful you may be when it comes to staying away.

Drugs Advice

Family & Friends

Having a family member who has a problem with alcohol or drugs can have a huge emotional impact on the whole family.

Friends & Family Advice

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Reaching out for help can sometimes be difficult. Whether you are seeking advice for yourself or someone else, we’re here to support you every step of the way.

If you are worried about your own drug or alcohol use or you are concerned about someone else we understand that taking that first step towards getting help can be quite daunting. 

If you don't yet feel ready to access our services in person, then the sections above include practical advice and information that can help you. If after reading these sections you feel that you would like more support, then please contact us online, over the phone or face to face.

No matter where you are or what stage you think you’ve reached, ADA can help you turn your life around.


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Alcohol & Drugs Action (ADA), 7 Hadden Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6NU, Scotland

Alcohol & Drugs Action is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.
Funding is received from NHS Grampian, Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Scottish Government and from donations.
Scottish Charity Number SC013582.

Alcohol & Drugs Action Recovery Services is registered with the Care Inspectorate, No CS2016346966