Harms associated with alcohol are costing Greater Manchester’s public services £1.3 billion a year. That works out as almost £500 for every resident being spent on health, social care, crime and work costs – all because of the way we drink.
In responsive to this stark situation the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) are holding The Big Alcohol Conversation, to find out more about the scale and nature of alcohol-related harm across the region and how it can be reduced.
The Big Alcohol Conversation runs until the end of February – the GMHSCP want to hear what you think about the effects alcohol has on individuals, families and communities.
Click here to find out more about the Big Alcohol Conversation
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