At HACS we work with individuals, families and organisations across Hertfordshire, providing confidential advice and counselling.
We provide specialist therapeutic support to minimize harm for drinkers and their families to enable recovery from alcohol and associated mental health problems.
Our team of experienced, qualified and accredited counsellors provide therapy to those in the community and their families who are concerned about alcohol misuse. We offer short and longer-term counselling, using a variety of therapeutic approaches.
Our aim is to reduce pressure on the local system by providing support by providing interventions before alcohol or mental health associated problems develop to crisis levels. We believe that good drinking habits and mental health are universal assets which we seek to strengthen and protect to the benefit of the community as a whole.
We are not against alcohol but believe in a sensible approach to alcohol use.
Our Values :
Welcoming ; Confidential ; Respectful ; Professional ; Positive
FACE to FACE, ONLINE or TELEPHONE advice, information and support
Information and advice is available for anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else’s drinking.
Our service is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL, you do not need to give your name if you do not wish to do so.
We will assess your need and let you know if we can help you or give you information on how to get the support you need.
We can offer telephone or online support and information to help you reduce your drinking or you can attend 1:1 counselling or a group if you are struggling to maintain abstinence.
Phone us on 01462 701956 or 07964 289843.
A group for those who are no longer using alcohol.
This is a structured 12 week rolling programme over 48 weeks based around frequent problems that could lead to a lapse in recovery if not addressed. It is facilitated by experienced, supportive professionals.
The group meets in Cheshunt at 7pm every Thursday evening.
For further details please contact Sarah Green on 01462 701956 or 07964 289843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Outreach In The Community
Support sessions are available to those in the community who are homeless and to those who have secured accommodation at temporary housing services in the area.
Where to get more help & advice
Our thinking about drinking alcohol is that the vast majority of people do so responsibly. However, if you have clicked to access this website it may be that you or a member of your family are experiencing the harmful effects of alcohol misuse upon your health and other areas of your life.
For more information on alcohol and its effects visit the following links:
- NHS CHOICES Alcohol units
- Change4 life: Alcohol Guidelines
- Alcohol Concern
- British Dietetic Association
- Spectrum/Hertfordshire Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- The Living Room, Stevenage
- Mind – Hertfordshire
- Viewpoint – Hertfordshire