Druglink are a charity working in partnership with the police to help people of all ages realise the potential dangers of alcohol abuse.
The scheme is a three hour educational programme exploring:
• The link between alcohol, violence and offending
• Physical and psychological harms
• The legal impact on a person's future life
• Alcohol units and unit content
The course aims to help people take more responsibility for their lives and health and to moderate their future behaviour and alcohol consumption.
Druglink provide courses for both adults and young people.
Scott, a student said:
"I have become a better and healthier person since attending the course. I have stopped binge drinking and can honestly say the course saved my life."
You can refer yourself onto the course, it costs £40.
To book your place or to find out more contact Druglink on 01923 271783 or visit www.druglink.co.uk