Alcoholics Anonymous is a voluntary, worldwide fellowship of men and women from all walks of life who meet together to attain and maintain sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership.
In Guernsey there are eleven group meetings each week. Membership is about a hundred. We are part of a worldwide fellowship of more than two million members.
Alcohol Change UK is a leading UK alcohol charity, formed from the merger of Alcohol Concern and Alcohol Research UK.
Their aim is to reduce the harm caused by alcohol. It is best known for its flagship awareness programs Alcohol Awareness Week and Dry January.
Everyone with a mental health condition has their own experiences and needs, not one approach fits all.
By encouraging a better understanding of mental health issues within our community we make it easier for people to get the right help, as early as possible.
We believe in an individuals’ resilience and ability to recover if given access to the right support options, these include self-help, talking therapies, medication and a supportive work and family environment.
Action for Children Guernsey is a confidential service that provides help and support for young people and their families.
We are a friendly team that can support you through the ups and downs of life in a safe, constructive and non-judgemental way.
We help young people under 25 with almost anything that affects them including: Homelessness/ Problems at home/ Drugs and Alcohol issues/ Being a young parent/ Leaving care/ Getting back into college/ Getting a job/ Low self-esteem/ Relationships/ Training flats and key to the door/ Life-skills.
Relate Guernsey s the largest provider of relationship support in the Bailiwick and we help hundreds of people every year to strengthen the relationships that mean the most to them.
Our services include relationship counselling for individuals and couples, and sex therapy.