Where to get advice and support from, who do you know if you have a problem, who can get help, who to contact and where to find more information.
The East Riding young people's substance misuse service offers a free, confidential, friendly and professional approach to helping children and young people with alcohol and drug problems. You can contact your nearest service below.
More information about what drugs are, how to stop alcohol and drug abuse and further support for family members is available on the drug and alcohol health advice page. You can choose the question suitable to your problem.
You may have a problem with drugs or alcohol if:
Any young person under 19 who lives in the East Riding who is worried about their use of drugs or alcohol.
The first point of contact if you are a young person, or the parent of a young person who is having problems with drugs or alcohol (or any other substances) is the Youth and Family Support team.
Contact details for Youth and Family Support team
If you are a young person 16 years plus and you are looking for advice, information or support regarding alcohol or drugs, please contact East Riding Young People’s Support Service:
East Riding Young People’s Support Service (external website).
Telephone: (01482) 336562
There are some useful websites which give further information about how to deal with drug and alcohol abuse.
Talk to Frank (external website)
Drink aware (external website)
Alcohol concern (external website)