This section provides a brief overview of the impact of alcohol on children and families, young people, and older people, and the difference between men and women.
Find out about how other people’s alcohol use can affect children and families.
Find out about how drinking alcohol can affect young people. Young people up to the age of 25 years are at greater risk of harm from alcohol than adults.
Find out about older people’s alcohol use, how alcohol affects us differently as we age and other issues we may need to consider.
Find out about the differences in men and women’s patterns of alcohol use and how it can affect them.
Call the Alcohol Drug Helpline on 0800 787 797, visit their website, or free txt 8681.