We understand that not everyone who uses drugs recreationally has a problem. But whether it's pills or powder, over time, things can sometimes escalate, affecting our health, emotions, relationships, routine and ambitions. Use these handy tools to check the effect drugs could be having on your life.

Club Drugs

'Club Drugs' is the general term describing a range of substances associated with recreational drug use. This includes a range of drugs with varied effects and risks, like ecstasy, GHB, ketamine and cocaine.

New Psychoactive Substances

New Psychoactive Substances '(NPS), or so-called 'legal highs', describes a range of substances which aim to produce similar effects to drugs like ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis. They will have widely different strengths and effects.

Find out more about the individual effects and risks of synthetic cannabis.

Personalised Feedback

Get honest and accurate feedback on your drug use with the Drugs Meter, created by the team at Global Drug Survey. Try their free, anonymous and secure online tool.


Get the Facts

From forums to lifestyle blogs, the internet is packed with places offering misleading or ill-informed advice and information on club drugs. To help you separate fact from the fiction, we recommend Drug Wise and Know the Score, as places that can provide you with up-to-date, evidence-based and non-judgemental information.

Get in contact with us if you have any questions about drugs or want to find out how we can support you to take control of your use.


Your Rights

Some people choose to take illegal drugs. We believe that knowing your legal rights is important, as the better understanding you have of drugs and the law, the more you are able to make informed decisions.


Take Control

If you're looking to control your use so that it is less harmful to you, we can provide you with dedicated support and practical advice to help you meet the goals you set.

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