Summary

One of the most commonly used drugs of them all, alcoholic drinks consist chiefly of water and ethanol (ethylalcohol). Fermenting fruits, vegetables and grain produce alcohol. It is found in drinks like beer, lager, wine, alco pops, cider, and spirits such as whiskey or gin. Alcoholic drinks range in strength and are measured as a percentage (%) per volume, the higher the percentage, the stronger the effects are.

Alcohol is seen as one of the many stereotypes of Ireland. It is known as one of the central parts of our culture, with people often drinking to celebrate or have fun with friends, but it’s important to understand that drinking can come with many risks. This section isn’t meant to be a lecture, but it’s here to inform you so that you can make good decisions! It’s important to know your limit. This is because there are many young people who choose to drink alcohol, it can often be forgotten that alcohol can severely upset someone’s health. Check out the services you can avail of below if you are struggling with addiction and have a look at some of the facts and figures about alcohol!

 

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HSE Substance Misuse Service Waterford
(Saint Otteran's Hospital, John's Hill, Waterford, Ireland)
Waterford Local Health Office
(Waterford Community Services, Cork Road, Waterford, )
Alcoholics Anonymous Waterpark
(Farronshoneen Youth and Community Centre, Upper Grange, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Waterford Ursuline
(St. Patrick's Hospital, John's Hill, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Waterford St. John's Park
(Youth Resource Centre, St. John's Park, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Waterford St. John's City Centre
(Sacristy St. John's Church, Parnell Street, Waterford City, Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Waterford South Kilkenny
(Belmont Park Hospital, New Ross Road, Kerrybrook, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Serenity
(St. Benildus Church, Newtown, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous St. Vincent De Paul's Men's Hostel
(St. Vincent De Paul Men's Hostel Bath Street, Waterford City, Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Mount Sion
(Mount Sion Edmund Rice Centre Barrack Street, Waterford City, Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Mercy
(St. Brigid's Community Centre Lower Yellow Road, Waterford City, Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Tramore
(The Meeting Place, Upper Branch Road, Tramore, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Tallow
(St. Patrick's Hall, Tallow, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Stradbally
(Barrow Hall, Stradbally, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Lismore
(Church of Ireland Parish Hall, East Main Street, Lismore, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Lisduggan St. Paul's
(St. Paul's School, Lisduggan, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Kill, Waterford
(Kill Community Centre, Kill, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Friary Dungarvan
(Sacristy Friary Church, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Abbeyside
(Alternative Treatment Centre Main Street (Beside Shaws), Dungarvan, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Monday Meeting Dungarvan
(St Vincent De Paul Rooms Emmet Street, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Abbeyside Dungarvan
(White Strand Community Centre Clonlea Road Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Mount Mellary
(Mount Mellary Abbey Mount Mellary, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Cappoquin
(Day Care Centre, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Ballymacarbry
(Community Hall, Ballymacarbry, Co. Waterford )
Alcoholics Anonymous Ballybeg
(St. Saviours Church, Ballybeg, Co. Waterford)
Alcoholics Anonymous Ardmore
(51.95104651428255, -7.72327333688736)

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