Useful Links

  • Alcohol Learning Centre
    Online resources and learning for commissioners, planners and practitioners working to reduce alcohol-related harm. (Department of Health funded)
  • Alcohol Policy UK
    News and analysis for the UK alcohol harm reduction field. Use the google box to search through over 6 years of news, analysis and learning in the UK alcohol field, subscribe to the newsletter or daily updates.
  • Alcohol Research UK
    Alcohol Research UK provide grants to people working at the cutting-edge of alcohol-harm prevention. They might be undertaking research, testing out new ideas or running projects that help to disseminate high quality evidence. The key thing is that they are all helping to improve our understanding of alcohol-related harm. Find out more at
  • Health Select Committee report: Alcohol
    The comprehensive critical review of the state of alcohol-related harm and national policy covers all areas, making strong calls for more government action on pricing and advertising controls.
  • Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS)
    The IAS has the broad aims of raising awareness of alcohol issues in society. The IAS produces a range of data and analysis relevant to the UK alcohol field including free fact sheets.
  • Local Alcohol Profiles for England
    Provides a range of alcohol-related data for each regional, local authority/PCT area and associated reports and guidance. An esseential starting point for any needs assessment on alcohol-related harm.
  • Need help? See here or call 0800 917 8282
    Help and advice relating to alcohol
  • NHS Alcohol pages
    The site provides the public with a range of information and advice about their drinking including an online self-assessment tool and access to further resources.
  • NHS Evidence - National Library for Public Health
    The National Library for Public Health provides free journals and research in the public health field
  • NICE alcohol guidance
    The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) have a range of key alcohol guidance including prevention (PH24) and treatment (CG115) as well as range of tools to support commissioning.