- The Site – www.thesite.org
- Need 2 Know – www.need2know.co.uk
- Talk to Frank – www.talktofrank.com
- Young Minds – www.youngminds.org.uk
Resources for Parents
Resources supported by the PSHE Association are designed to help parents to talk to their children about alcohol in an engaging and proactive way.
The presentation and leaflets give tips and guidance about being a good role model, the law and government recommendations on responsible drinking, how much is too much and how keeping tabs on their kids and sticking to rules really makes a difference.
The resources include the following presentations:
If you would like copies of the leaflets that accompany the presentations, please contact
The leaflets are also available to download:
Talking to Kids About Alcohol – A guide to parents and carers
Alcohol and You – Facts about alcohol, staying safe and what to do if things go wrong -
A guide for you to give to your children, when you feel the time is right
For more information of drinking guidelines, being a good parent you will find plenty of good advice via:
Website and responsible drinking materials for consumers, offering general information and advice about alcohol issues, including a drinks 'unit calculator'
A website linking to all responsible drinking websites for consumers all over the world, giving information on drink drive laws, legal drinking age and sensible drinking guidelines for the UK and Internationally.
Know Your Limits
A website and information campaign for consumers on responsible drinking coordinated by The Department of Health and the NHS.
For more information, visit www.knowyourlimits.org
If you’re worried about dependency and alcohol problems, the following sites could help:
Provides information and advice for families of alcohol and drug users. The website has a list of local family support services.
Tel: 020 7928 889
If you're worried about your own or someone else's drinking, you can call this free helpline, in complete confidence. They can put you in touch with your local alcohol advice centre for help and advice.
Tel: 0800 917 8282
Offers support and information for anyone parenting a child, and runs parenting courses.
Tel: 0808 800 2222