Alcohol and Drug Services

Do I need help?

Alcohol Change has an excellent interactive tool to Check Your Drinking which helps you work out if you’re at risk of alcohol-related problems and some simple things you can do to reduce the risk.

If you’d prefer it in paper format please follow this link: Alcohol use disorders identification test (AUDIT)

Smart! has a number of questions on their website for self assessment to help you decide if you need some support with your drug use. You can find this here: Do a self assessment – SMART (

If you would prefer this in paper format, please follow this link: Drug Screening Questionnaire

Getting help

Forward Leeds

Forward Leeds has a wide range of services that support young people, adults and families in Leeds with alcohol and/or drug use.

It is the service that our clinicians will refer you to if you need help, but you can also self-refer to the service.

Forward Leeds contact details are as follows:

0113 887 2477

9am – 5pm (Monday – Friday)


Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a national network of free self-help groups aimed at helping people recover from alcoholism.

Some people find them very useful and our Doctors often recommend them.

The best way of finding out about them and your closest group is at Alcoholics Anonymous.


Talk to Frank for facts, support and advice on drugs and alcohol today.

You can

Call FRANK 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 0300 123 6600

Text a question to 82111 and FRANK will text you back.

They also have a live chat service which operates from 2pm – 6pm, 7 days a week.