Alcohol Awareness Week 2016 - Check In
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Alcohol Awareness Week (14-20 November) is a campaign run by Alcohol Concern. The aim is to get people thinking about alcohol: how it affects us as individuals, families, communities and society, as a whole.

Alcohol Awareness Week is the launch of the SU's Alcohol Impact campaign with the aim of creating an institution wide approach to responsible drinking on our campus. 

Visit the UPSU webpage for further information

The University's Mental Health Support Team will be holding an Alcohol Check In during the week for all University students. 

You are invited to come and check out how many units you are consuming and find out about safe drinking levels and what to do if you think you are drinking too much or find yourself unable to stop.

Visit us in the SU - no appointment needed!

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