Norway: Fewer children called about Christmas drunkennessJanuary 06, 2017
Roughly 6,000 people contacted the hotline for children and adolescents in 2016. Fewer inquiries than before were about parents who got drunk at Christmas.
Normally December is characterized by requests from children who are concerned about their parents’ use of alcohol. But, this year there were not as many such inquiries.
– There has been a greater variety in the calls, and this is positive, says information worker Sylwia Obuchowicz from the hotline for children and young people as reported to NRK news.
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