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Alcohol e-Help

Alcohol e-Help is a creative method to access existing evidence-based mental health interventions, based on learning, cognitive/behavioural, motivational and problem-solving principles. The main parts of intervention are self tests, tailored feedback, monitoring and analysis of alcohol consumption, advice and exercises. Alcohol e-Help is client friendly, anonymous, free and available all the time (24/7).

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