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Alcohol Awareness Week - Drinking Games Top Tips

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We want you to have a good time and enjoy yourselves… but think about what you drink. Below are some top tips on how to avoid heavy drinking games:

  1. Opt out: Choose not to get involved in drinking games and make it clear you’d rather be in control of the amount of alcohol you drink.
  2. You can say 'NO!', if you don't want to be forced into drinking something you can say 'no'. Don't ever feel pressured into doing something you do not wish too.
  3. Think differently: From paintballing to preparing a shared meal, there’s plenty of positive ways to bring people together that don’t involve drinking games.
  4. Look out for others: If friends are playing drinking games check they’re OK – and help them opt out if they’ve drunk too much alcohol.
  5. Keep tabs on your drinking: Download Drinkaware’s: Track and Calculate Units App to keep tabs on how much alcohol you’re drinking – its free!

If you feel your alcohol or drug use becomes a problem please contact us:

Book an Appointment Here.

OR:

Get in touch with Forward Leeds:

Forward Leeds is the new alcohol and drug service in Leeds for adults, young people and families. We offer a range of services from 9am-5pm, Mondays and Fridays and 9am-7pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

P: 0113 887 2477 
E: info@forwardleeds.co.uk

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