Black communities among most vulnerable to addiction, with lowest support

23 October 2021

  According to World Health Organisation figures, the UK has the fourth highest rates of drug use in the world, ...

There’s a world worth living for after addiction

06 September 2021

If you've ever felt that a substance is taking over your life, you may have felt the need to hide away and ign...

Mental health awareness week: adjusting back to life after lockdown

06 September 2021

In 100 years, when students look back on 2020-2021 in their history textbooks, this will probably be remembere...

Why is cannabis use so prevalent in young communities?

28 August 2021

Cannabis, or marijuana as it is also known, is the most commonly consumed drug worldwide. There is an ongoing ...

Who is responsible for the rise in drug-related deaths?

04 August 2021

Drug use can have so many negative consequences for the individual, their family, and society as a whole. On...

Line of Duty’s Steve Arnott portrays harsh reality of opioid addiction

03 May 2021

Series 6 of Line of Duty had the nation gripped last night, as years of speculation was unravelled in the seas...

You don’t need alcohol to celebrate pubs reopening

16 April 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has really tested the famous British resolve. We all learned the proper way to wash our ha...

Local authorities cut budgets for schools’ drug and alcohol support services by £7M

22 February 2021

The Department for Education has released new data as to how much money local authorities across England spend on youn...

Why do we wait for Dry January, and is it useful to anyone really struggling?

12 January 2021

We are so conditioned in western culture to make new year’s resolutions and to change our lives post-Christ...

Helping a child with an eating disorder at Christmas

11 December 2020

When you hear the word ‘Christmas’, what pops into your head? It may be Santa, or presents, but for many the f...

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