The national charity for alcohol-related issues
How much is too much?
88 deaths every month in Ireland are directly attributable to alcohol
500 Irish people die from alcohol-related cancers every year
In 2015 per capita alcohol consumption in Ireland was 10.93 litres of pure alcohol per person aged 15+
One in 11 children said their parents’ drinking had a negative effect on their lives.
Two in five fatal road traffic collisions in Ireland are alcohol-related.
Alcohol is a factor in more than half of completed suicides in Ireland
CSO figures show €6.5 billion was spent on alcohol in Ireland in 2014
Every night, 1,500 hospital beds are occupied for alcohol-related reasons
Harmful drinking in Ireland is highest among the 18-24 year old age group.
Since 1995, Irish teenage girls have been drinking as much and sometimes more than their male counterparts.
One in four deaths of young men aged 15-39 in Ireland is due to alcohol.
Almost half of the perpetrators of homicide were intoxicated when the crime was committed
A recently published study found that Ireland was the country with the highest rates of drinking, both before and during pregnancy,