Helpseekers’ campaign - Yeah? or Nah?

This helpseekers’ campaign invites heavy drinkers to answer a few questions about the consequences of their drinking and call the Alcohol Drug Helpline if they find themselves answering ‘yeah’ more often than they would like.

The key audience is people aged 18 to 44 who are drinking at high risk levels, especially those who are experiencing consequences of their drinking and are considering making a change.

It ties in nicely with the Say Yeah, Nah campaign by using the terms ‘Yeah’ and ‘Nah’ and it is intended that each campaign will add value to the other. Posters and other supporting material, suitable for Emergency Departments, general practice and other health settings directs people who need help to contact the Alcohol Drug Helpline (0800 787 797). 

The Helpseekers' campaign Wanna Say Nah t-shirts are only for Emergency Department staff.

Listen to the radio ads:

If you or someone you know needs support and treatment to reduce their alcohol intake, call the Alcohol Drug Helpline on 0800 787 797, visit their website, or free txt 8681 for confidential advice.