We created a game to help kids in rural Cumbria make healthier lifestyle choices.
I want to empower young people to make their own decisions in life.
I want to warn people of the dangers of drink driving.
I campaigned about the danger of someone deliberately spiking your drink.
I want to show how alcoholism effects not just the drinker, but loved ones as well.
I used to get drunk as a student, now I'm challenging young people to stay sober.
I thought that drugs had changed my life for the better...but I was wrong.
I want to warn people about the dangers of binge drinking.
I want to warn others my age about the consequences of drinking too much alcohol.
I want more support to be available for young people recovering from alcohol addiction.
I want to show you can have fun without getting drunk
We made some hard-hitting films about drink, and how it can mess things up.
I want to encourage people to drink in moderation
Jessica wants to spread the message that drink driving is for losers.
I put drink, drugs and getting into trouble behind me, when I found a sport I love.
Anyone can turn their life around - no matter how low you get.
Ethan wants to raise awareness about drugs and alcohol abuse.
I was fed up with binge drinkers ruining my town, so I made two cautionary films.
I spent 483 days in jail and want to stop others from making similar mistakes.
I want young people to realise the pitfalls of drinking too much alcohol.
I'm warning of violence caused by drink after my brother was killed in a drunken attack.
I want to show young people living with an alcoholic parent that help is available.
'Worcester Game Changers'
We want to warn people about the dangers of underage drinking
I want to show the impact a parent’s drinking problem can have on their kids.
We want people to pay more attention to how much sugar is in alcoholic drinks.
I want people to ask themselves whether their last pint is worth someone's life.
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Although alcohol is legal, it is still considered a drug and can be dangerous. Whether it’s excessive alcohol intake, drink spiking or alcohol-induced crime, drinking can have adverse effects on a person’s health and lower their inhibitions, often putting themselves or others at risk.
The Fixers on this page are sharing their stories and campaigning for greater understanding of the issues relating to drinking and alcohol.
With campaigns on topics such as binge drinking, coping with alcohol addiction, or saying no to peer pressure, these Fixers are using their experiences and stories to provide a sober look at some of the perils of drink.
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Alcohol is the single biggest cause of accidents at home. Of the 4,000 fatal accidents that happen in homes in the UK every year, 400 are alcohol-related.