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A New Beginning
After numerous failed attempts to cut down my levels of alcohol intake I finally woke up and decided today was the day.
Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project
The Glasgow East Alcohol Awareness Project “GEAAP” has been offering a service to the East of Glasgow since 1991. GEAAP’s aim is to reduce the harm associated with the use and misuse of alcohol.
We offer FREE services to anyone concerned about their own or another’s alcohol use.
What We Offer
Our free services range from one-to-one counselling to working with Schools and groups in the community.
How We Help
GEAAP continues to improve the lives of many people in our community. Follow their journey here.
Need Some Advice?
If you would like to speak to someone about our services or simple need some advice please get in touch.
Supporting the East End
Our team has been working in the East End for over 25 years to help reduce the harm caused by the use and misuse of alcohol. If you feel like you want to stop drinking or discuss your alcohol use, you can contact us.
The team at GEAAP is made up of staff and volunteers, each with the common goal of improving the lives of those living in the East End. Learn more about our team and how we can help you to stop drinking.
Alcohol can lower your blood sugar levels, which can cause seizures.
Alcohol is associated with 33% of major trauma patients and 25% of all trauma patients.
Two in five (41%) of prisoners report being drunk at the time of their offence.
71% of alcohol-related hospital stays were men.
Alcohol was a factor in 3,705 deaths in Scotland in 2015.