The focus of Dry January is to support and encourage people to abstain from drinking alcohol for that whole month.

The focus then of Feel Good February is to encourage maintenance of some of the good habits or alternatives started in January.

For example by continuing not to drink alcohol with meals, continuing with a leisure interest or hobby that they may have started in January as an alternative to habits or social activities they used to do which involved alcohol through February and beyond.

Each Drug and Alcohol Coordination Team (DACT) Connections Service organises and/or assists community groups and other stakeholders to organise and deliver, a wide range of events and activities in their local communities providing alcohol related information, advice and/or support as well as providing or promoting alcohol-free leisure and social alternatives. 

Events have included alcohol free comedy nights, information stands in venues such as hospitals and shopping centres, free exercise classes, mocktail making/tasting, alcohol-free events in bars focussing on men’s health …

Cut down on alcohol with our mocktail recipes

Stay sociable and discover some of our fruit based mocktails to ditch the alcohol and swap it up. Here are some of our favourite recipes.

#nidacts #DJFGF

Talk to someone, you are not alone.

Lifeline counsellors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to listen and help, in confidence.

Deaf and hard of hearing Textphone users can call Lifeline on 18001 0808 808 8000. Calls to Lifeline are free to people living in Northern Ireland who are calling from UK landlines and mobiles.

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