Norfolk Alcohol and Drug Behaviour Change Service


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We'll connect you to someone from our online team. They’ll introduce themselves and ask for your first name. They'll then ask you some questions to understand your concerns and needs. This is a free and confidential service.

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Alcohol quiz

Take our quick quiz to understand how much you’re drinking and get advice.

Some of the questions will ask you about units. Click ‘Unit Guide’ for help.

When you’ve answered the questions we’ll give you advice about alcohol and what to do next.

Drugs quiz

Take our quick quiz to understand your drug use.

For this quiz, ‘drugs’ means non-medical drugs, or and prescription and over-the-counter drugs you’re using more than the instructed amount of. It does not cover alcohol or tobacco.

Your answers should only be about your drug use over the last 12 months.

When you’ve answered the questions, we’ll give you advice about drugs and what to do next.

Useful websites and apps

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Support for families, friends and partners affected by someone else’s addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Visit the site
talk to frank website preview

Talk to Frank

Information about drugs, their effects and the law.
Visit the site
Preview of MEN R US website


Health, life and wellbeing information and support for gay men. Advice on drugs and chemsex.
Visit the site
Alcohol Change UK website

Alcohol Change UK

Get help and support if you're worried about your drinking or somebody else's. Read alcohol facts and research.
Visit the site
Re-Solv website


Advice if you struggle with solvent abuse, or know someone who does. Call 01785 810762, text or WhatsApp 07496 959930, or speak to someone online. Open Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm.
Visit the site


The apps above are produced and owned by third parties. We make no guarantees that the information within them is accurate or up to date. Please get professional healthcare advice before taking any action.

This service is commissioned by Norfolk County Council.

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Social media

Join our Norfolk service user peer support group to chat to other people who are going through similar things to you. It's confidential. 

Our affected others Facebook group is for people who are affected by someone else's drug or alcohol use. You can share your experiences and speak to people who are in the same situation as you.


Follow us on social media to see what's happening in the service and the community.