Dry January 2018

Dry January is an annual movement started by Alcohol Concern during which millions of people give up alcohol for the month of January. This initiative is about prompting us to think and perhaps consciously move away from some drinking routines we have adopted; about waking up with a clear head every day for a month; probably saving some money, and possibly even losing some weight.

Above all, ‘Dry January’ is about taking control of our drinking and our health.

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Alcohol and Drug Awareness, December 2016

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The Health Promotion team joined in the multi-agency Alcohol and Drug Awareness Campaign on 7th December 2016 at Casemates Square; the participating agencies included the RGP, Drugs and Alcohol Rehabilitation Service, Social Services, Ministry of Equality, Alcoholics Anonymous and Fire and Ambulance Service.

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