We work with schools, colleges, alternative education providers, and universities to support young people and young adults to stay aware, safe, and well. Our interventions are designed to address the needs of 16 to 25-year-olds and are tailored to the level and requirements of the establishment/provider. We offer a range of interventions and interactive workshops.
What’s The Harm?
A comprehensive introduction and overview to drugs and alcohol harm reduction.
Our most popular workshop. A comprehensive introduction and overview to drugs and alcohol harm reduction, the relationship between substances and emotional, physical, and sexual health, and the law.
Weed, Worries and Wellbeing
A thorough and extensive Cannabis workshop.
A thorough and extensive Cannabis workshop. Includes the history of cannabis, the short- and long-term effects and the relationship between Cannabis, mental and physical health. Synthetic Cannabinoids are also included in this workshop, as well the legality of both substances.
All about Alcohol.
This workshop takes an extensive look at alcohol and its relationship to mental, physical, and sexual health. This interactive workshop includes a timeline of a drinking session, from the pre-drinks to the hangover the next day.
Our most popular workshop for the summer term.
This workshop focuses on the drugs and alcohol that young people are most likely to be exposed to over the summer months. Whilst providing drug-specific harm reduction, this workshop also focuses on the practicalities or staying safe in the summer - whether that be at festivals, house parties or in the park.
Drink, Drugs and Decisions
A fully immersive and interactive workshop.
Students will follow "Alex" on a night out and make their decisions for them. This workshop encourages students to think about the consequences of decisions and aims to encourage students to make informed decisions on nights out themselves.
We also offer...
- Support with policy development and safeguarding.
- Advice and training for education professionals.
- Drop-in advice clinics for students.
- Virtual workshops (created in response to covid-19).
- Signposting and onward referral.
- Stalls and expo spaces (e.g. freshers events).