Resources Section

Welcome to the Resources

The Public Health Agency, Drug and Alcohol Coordination Teams, Connections services and local service delivery partners have produced a wide range of Trust-wide or Northern Ireland-wide resources which can be downloaded from this section. 

Hard copies of certain materials are also available in some cases – contact you local DACT Connections service if there is something you would like to get a small supply of and they will be able to advise, if available, and where you can source them from.

 

Alcohol brief advice tools

A collection of 4 of our latest tools that are available to download.

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.

Download our service directories

With a range of services and supports to suit you, we have created a handy downloadable services directory for your area.

Download the Alcohol and You Self Help Workbook

It is not a replacement for professional help if you need it. For many people, cutting down on their drinking would be a practical step forward. It could avoid a lot of problems in the future.

Used in excess, alcohol is a potentially dangerous drug. You may have concerns about your physical health. Alcohol does take its toll on the human body. People often do things completely out of character under the influence of alcohol. You may also be concerned about how it affects you, your family or friends.

Download the Cannabis and You Self Help Workbook

It is not a replacement for professional help if you need it. For many people, cutting down on cannabis would be a practical step forward. It could avoid a lot of problems in the future.

Used in excess, cannabis is a dangerous drug. You may have concerns about your physical health. Download the self help booklet to get started today.

In Crisis?
Need help?

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

T: 0808 808 8000

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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