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Drugs and Alcohol

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Impact of drug use on your life

It is not unusual for a person to feel confused about whether to take drugs. Here a few ways of how drug use can change your life.

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Drinking and driving

Learn how drinking can affect your driving and check out tips on how to avoid getting behind the wheel when you're under the influence.

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Managing pressure to use drugs or alcohol

Saying no to drugs and alcohol when people around you are using them can be tough. Learn the ways that peer pressure might affect you and what you can do about it.

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Ways to reduce drug use

This fact sheet contains information about options for reducing drug use including reducing accessibility, support options, counseling, self help and treatment options.

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Ecstasy

Ecstasy is commonly taken at dance parties, clubs, or raves. However, there are some serious consequences of taking Ecstasy. Learn more about what it is, its effects and tips for staying safe.

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Date rape drugs

Date rape drugs are types of drugs that are used to aid someone commit sexual assault or rape. Learn more about prevention and what to do if you think you have been drugged.

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Helping a friend with a drinking problem

It may be difficult to know what to do if you are worried about someone's alcohol use. Learn some tips on what you can do if you suspect your friend has a drinking problem.

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Binge drinking

Many people drink so much that they get drunk. Learn more about what happens when you drink too much.

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If your friend has taken pills or hurt themselves

If your friend has taken a substance get them help immediately. Learn about getting help and managing your reaction.

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Risk taking

Taking risks can be fun and give you an adrenaline rush, but sometimes those risks may affect your well-being and cause you harm.

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