A range of info and advice concerning your health and well-being including sexual and mental health and safety.
If you think that you or a friend has a problem with drugs it is important to talk to somebody about it.
Addaction aim to help transform the lives of people affected by alcohol and drug problems. They provide information and advice to help individuals and communities manage the effects of drug and alcohol misuse. You can call them on 020 7251 5860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any concerns about alcohol or drug related problems you can call Nightline on: 0113 3801381 (listening service) or 0113 3801380 (information service).
Leeds Club Drug Clinic is a free NHS service for people who are concerned about their club drug usage and want help changing their drug taking behaviour. They offer a range of talking therapies as well as prescribing medication where necessary, to help people reduce the potential harm of and/or completely stop their club drug usage.
Talk to Frank has a confidential freephone service that offers support and when necessary, referrals, to anyone concerned about drugs, alcohol or any addiction. It is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can contact them on 0800 77 66 00, or visit the Talk to Frank website
Support from the University
For more information and support, you may find it useful to consult the University of Leeds information booklet.
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