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We provide a wide range of training sessions, from short workshops to full days training. We also organise informative and interesting events on drug related topics. We have experience working with schools, universities, private companies and governmental authorities.

We offer:

  • School Workshops and Talks on drugs and harm reduction.
  • University Training Days
  • Comprehensive training days for universities on drugs, addiction and psychosocial interventions
  • Events and talks on drugs and addiction

Workshops and talks on drugs

We design and facilitate bespoke workshops for a wide range of audiences on drugs and addiction across the UK. We specialise in providing clear, evidence based and effective messages based upon the key principles of quality drugs education.

Our primary aim is the prevent the harms of drugs by empowering people with the information they need to help them and those they care about to make informed choices.

If you would like us to deliver a workshop or training session on drugs then please contact

"We noticed that, at university, it was almost weirder to talk about drugs than to take them – people were more worried about being legally safe than staying physically safe." -

University training days

We deliver comprehensive training days for universities on drugs, addiction and psychosocial interventions across the UK. Our training sessions are ideal for university courses in which drugs are a relevant issue but not to the extent where full modules are part of the programme.

We design and modify our courses on request to ensure that the content is relevant to the programme.

Paul North provides input on all of our interventions; he has worked in drug treatment services and lectured at universities on drugs and addiction for over ten years and currently works for Volteface, a leading drug policy think tank.


We host events and talks on drugs and addiction in London. Check out our Eventbrite page for more information and subscribe to our email list to stay up to date with upcoming events.

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