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Last updated: 11 June 2015    10:15 PM

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Drug  Information


“It is a sad reality that the vast majority of people who become addicted to tobacco, alcohol and drugs take their first puff, chew, sip, snort or injection when they are young — often, very young. Worse, in recent decades substance abuse has become more widespread among preteen children.


Like the scourges of old, this epidemic spreads without regard to economic, racial, geographic, educational, religious or family boundaries. While containing it in our nation and our communities is an important priority, we can't rely solely on government, law enforcement, education, or even church programs to prevent it from moving across our own doorstep.”


Kids and Substance Abuse

from The Complete Guide to Family Health, Nutrition & Fitness

To read more and explore this subject further, this link will take you to the website the extract above came from.

Talk To Frank is a very down to earth information service.

The Highs, the Lows and everything in between.

A-Z of drugs - the effects, slang names, full information.

What to do if you are feeling pressure to take drugs. Worried about a child? Worried about a friend?

Re-solv


This website is designed to tell you everything you need to know about solvent abuse or 'sniffing'.



Other useful links:

(click on the titles to go to the websites)

National Drug Helpline


The National Drugs Helpline is a 24-hour, seven-days a week, free and confidential telephone service that offers advice and information for those who are concerned, or have questions, about drugs. The service is available to anyone.


Callers might be drug users, recovering or past users, friends, family, colleagues or contacts of drug users.