Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project (GEAAP)

GEAAP’s aim is to reduce the harm associated with the use and misuse of alcohol in the East of Glasgow.

Services this organisation delivers

  • Note: this service is only for people who live in East Glasgow

    GEAAP is a community alcohol project offering support services to anyone affected by their own or another's alcohol use.

    • Addictions
  • Recovery Cafes provide happy, safe environments for alcohol free days and nights across Glasgow that allow attendees to talk about their goal to quit drinking with others with similar experiences.

    • Addictions
  • Note: this service is only for people who live in those trying to achieve long term recovery from alcohol addiction

    This service offers support and encouragement to those over the age of 18 in North East Glasgow who are trying to achieve long term recovery from alcohol addiction and who may need that little bit of help to get out of the house to access new opportunities.

    • Addictions
    • Befriending
  • Note: this service is only for children and young people

    The Young Booze Busters project delivers programmes in primary schools and has a dedicated website so that children and young people can learn about alcohol, drugs and tobacco in a fun way.

    • Addictions
  • Note: this service is only for women

    The GEAAP Woman’s Alcohol Support Group is for women from a range of diverse backgrounds, with many facing personal challenges such as: addiction issues, loneliness, poverty, physical and mental health issues, relationship difficulties, stress or low self-esteem.

    • Addictions
    • Lunch club
  • Our counselling service is open to anyone who is concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol misuse.

    • Addictions
    • CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy)
    • Counselling
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