Drinking between 3 and 4 units a day or less, indicates no significant risk to health (1 unit = approximately a pint of beer, 1 measure of spirit, or 1 glass of wine). Regularly drinking 4 our more units of alcohol a day indicates an increased risk to health.
Drinking between 2 and 3 units a day or less, indicates no significant risk to health. Regularly drinking over 3 units a day signifies an increased risk to health.
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32-36 Loman Street
Tel: 020 7928 7377
1a Taylors Yard
No. 67 Alderbrook Road
Tel: 020 8772 9900
Confidential helpline for young people (Aged 12-20) who are affected by someone else's drinking.
Tel: 020 7403 0888
External Online Web Resources
NetDoctor ~ Facts about alcohol use
MedicDirect ~ facts about alcopop drinks
They offer help and advice on drug and alcohol related problems,
plus a confidential Needle & Syringe Exchange Scheme
31 St. John's Lane
Tel: 01422 361111
Call in Mon-Fri 1.00-5.00pm or by Appointment
Todmorden Health Centre
Tel: 01706 815717
Every Tuesday 4-6pm
Brighouse Health Centre
Tel: 01484 712515
Every Wednesday 3.30-5pm