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Addiction & Eating Issues

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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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Overcoming an eating disorder

An eating disorder is when a person has extreme disturbances in eating behavior. Learn how to help someone you think has an eating disorder.

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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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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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Helping a drunk friend

Being a good friend means looking out for each other when you go out. Learn things you can do if your friend is drunk.

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Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa is a type of eating disorder. Learn about the symptoms, causes, ways to treat this eating disorder.

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Drug overview

A drug is a substance that alters the way your brain and body works. Learn about different types of drugs and how they might affect your life.

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Worried someone has an eating disorder

A person with an eating disorder has extreme disturbances or patterns in their eating behavior. Learn about how you can help someone with an eating disorder.

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Worried about someone’s drug use?

Sometimes it is difficult to tell if someone you know is abusing drugs, especially if they may be hiding their use. Learn more about how you can help.

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