The number of adults seeking help to cope with an alcoholic parent has tripled over five years, according to a leading charity.
The National Association for the Children of Alcoholics took more than 23,000 calls or messages last year from over 18s, compared to 6,400 in 2013.
Experts say more funding to support families and friends would help more people with alcoholic parents.
The Department of Health said it was investing £6m to tackle the issue.
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