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Are you affected by someone else's drug or alcohol use?

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Maximum Order: 5

Series : Unity

Published : 2015
Page Length : 12
Format : Custom size
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : The Matthew Project

Lots of young people know a friend or family member who uses drugs or alcohol. Sometimes this can cause problems and make life difficult. This booklet provides information about how you can be affected, why people use drugs and alcohol, what someone can do to help, safety advice, and what to do in an emergency.