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Addiction and Lifestyles in Contemporary Europe Reframing Addictions Project (ALICE RAP)

Web Address: http://www.alicerap.eu/

A five-year European research project that analyses the challenges posed by addictive legal and illegal substances and lifestyles to the cohesion, organisation and functioning of contemporary Eu­ropean society. The project is divided into seven areas and 21 work packages (three in each area), making up an integrated multidisciplinary research strategy encompassing his­tory of addiction, classification and definition of addic­tions, policy analyses, the business of addiction, youth as customers, the impacts of new technologies on use, the interrelations of culture and biology and many other areas. The results of the research, conferences and meetings are publicly available on the project’s web­page.

Addiction Education

Organisation: Dr Vanessa Crawford: Former Consultant, Addiction Psychiatrist
Web Address: http://www.addictioneducation.co.uk/

Provides addiction resources, research, films, treatment, and drug information.

Addiction Treatment Forum

Web Address: http://atforum.com/

A US site offering substance abuse news of interest to opioid treatment programs and patients in methadone maintenance treatment.


Organisation: ADFAM: Families, Drugs and Alcohol
Web Address: http://www.adfam.org.uk/

Its mission is to improve support for families affected by drug and alcohol use. Provides support materials and training specifically for families and professionals. Campaigns both locally and nationally for improved family support services.

Advice for prescribers on the risk of the misuse of pregabalin and gabapentin

Organisation: Public Health England
Web Address: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pregabalin-and-gabapentin-advice-for-prescribers-on-the-risk-of-misuse

PHE and NHS England have published an expert group’s advice for prescribers on the risk of misuse of pregabalin and gabapentin, and suggestions for a balanced and rational use of these medicines. The advice will be of use to local healthcare providers and clinicians.


Organisation: Al-anon
Web Address: http://www.al-anon.org/

Help for the families and friends of problem drinkers with information in English, French and Spanish.

Alcohol Academy

Web Address: http://www.alcoholacademy.net/

An agency promoting effective alcohol harm reduction by working with and supporting local alcohol roles and commissioners. It runs free seminars, briefings and networking and offers specialised training for frontline staff.

Alcohol Action Ireland

Organisation: Alcohol Action Ireland
Web Address: http://alcoholireland.ie/

Alcohol Action Ireland is the national charity for alcohol-related issues. It is an independent voice for advocacy and policy change, working to reduce levels of alcohol-related harm in Ireland. Resources include facts and figures, policy issues, and campaigns.

Alcohol and Drugs History Society

Organisation: Alcohol and Drugs History Society
Web Address: http://alcoholanddrugshistorysociety.org/about/

An international society of scholars working in the field of alcohol and drugs history. It publishes The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs journal and the Points blog.

Alcohol and Health in Older People

Organisation: Dr Tony Rao
Web Address: http://www.alcoholandolderhealth.co.uk/

Website written and developed by Dr Tony Rao that aims to improve knowledge and understanding of alcohol and health in older people.

Alcohol Concern

Organisation: Alcohol Concern
Web Address: http://www.alcoholconcern.org.uk/

A charity that exists to reduce the negative impact alcohol can have on communities, families, and individuals. It works throughout England and Wales.

Alcohol Learning Centre

Organisation: Public Health England
Web Address: http://www.alcohollearningcentre.org.uk/

Online resources and training on alcohol issues and brief interventions including 2016 guidance on alcohol consumption.

Alcohol Policy Blog

Organisation: Alcohol Academy
Web Address: http://www.alcoholpolicy.net/

Aims to help the alcohol field stay up to date with news and reviews of new reports, research, and policies relating to a range of alcohol issues.

Alcohol Research UK

Organisation: Alcohol Research UK
Web Address: http://alcoholresearchuk.org/

An independent charity that tackles alcohol-related harm by funding high quality, impartial research.Grants are given to people working at the cutting-edge of alcohol-harm prevention, whether undertaking research, testing out new ideas or running projects that help to disseminate high quality evidence.They also invest in promising researchers embarking on a career in the field through the charity's studentship scheme.

Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Health: Current Evidence

Organisation: Boston Medical Center produced in cooperation with the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health
Web Address: http://www.bu.edu/aodhealth/

 A free online newsletter from the Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine summarizing the latest clinically relevant research on alcohol, illicit drugs, and health. Through summaries of important alcohol and other drug research published in peer-reviewed journals, downloadable teaching presentations, free CME credit for physicians, and feature articles on substance-abuse research ethics, the newsletter provides valuable information to improve clinical teaching, practice, and research. The newsletter also includes dedicated sections on prescription drugs and pain as well as HIV/HCV as they relate to alcohol and other drug use.The site allows visitors to comment on summaries and it is mobile device friendly.

All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Alcohol Harm

Organisation: Alcohol Concern
Web Address: https://www.alcoholconcern.org.uk/appg-minutes

All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Alcohol Harm comprises cross-party MPs and peers who have an interest in reducing alcohol related harm in the UK. It exists to promote the discussion of alcohol-related issues, raise matters of concern and to make recommendations to government and other policy makers. Minutes of meetings are available to download.

All Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform

Organisation: All Party Parliamentary Group for Drug Policy Reform
Web Address: http://www.drugpolicyreform.net/

The APPG for Drug Policy Reform formed in January 2011. Its aim is to work for drug policy reform, drawing upon available evidence and experience in order to inform their recommendations. Resources include presentations, reports and news on a wide range of drug policy issues.

All-Party Parliamentary Group for New Psychoactive Substances and Volatile Substance Abuse.

Organisation: All-Party Parliamentary Group for New Psychoactive Substances and Volatile Substance Abuse
Web Address: https://www.allpartygroupnps.org/

Website of the newly formed All-Party Parliamentary Group for NPS and VSA. Key aims are to raise awareness of NPS and VSA in Parliament and encourage discussion of issues around substances covered under the new Psychoactive Substances Act, and to stimulate research on the issues emerging from the Act and ensure the impact of the Act is adequately evaluated.

Anyone’s Child: Families for Safer Drug Control

Organisation: Transform Drug Policy Foundation
Web Address: http://anyoneschild.org/about/

A network of families whose lives have been affected by the UK’s drug laws and are now campaigning to change them.

ASH Action on Smoking

Organisation: Action on Smoking
Web Address: http://www.ash.org.uk/home

A public health charity that works to eliminate the harm caused by tobacco. Resources include factsheets on a varity of tobacco/smoking issues.

Ask About Alcohol Ireland

Organisation: Health Service Executive Ireland
Web Address: http://www.askaboutalcohol.ie/

Irish site aimed at general public with resources and information about alcohol and its impact on health, families, drinking, driving etc.

Australian Drug Foundation

Web Address: http://www.adf.org.au/

The Foundation conducts research on drug issues, implements drug education programs and develops resources for school students, teachers and parents.

Australian Drug Information Network (ADIN)

Organisation: Australian Drug Foundation

Australian Drug Foundation's  directory for information on alcohol, other drugs and mental health, with links to treatment services, research, statistics, guidelines, journals, policy, campaigns, events, curriculum, professional development opportunities and more.

BEAD: Bereaved through Alcohol and Drugs.

Organisation: Cruse and Adfam
Web Address: https://www.beadproject.org.uk/

Developed by CRUSE andAdfam this website is a source of information and support for anyone bereaved through drug or alcohol use.

Blending Initiative Motivational Interviewing CME/CE and Patient Simulation

Organisation: National Institute for Drug Abuse
Web Address: http://www.drugabuse.gov/blending-initiative/cme-ce-simulation

Continuing Medical Education Programmes from NIDA (US National Institute for Drug Abuse) aimed at clincians and physicians that introduce the main concepts and provide practical guidance on motivational interviewing techniques for facilitating conversations with patients about health risk behaviours. The courses use videos.

British Association for Psychopharmacology

Organisation: BAP
Web Address: https://www.bap.org.uk/

Promotes research and education in psychopharmacology and related areas, bringing people in academia, health services, and industry together. Offers consensus guidelines on substance misuse and addiction.

British Doctors and Dentists Group

Organisation: British Doctors and Dentists Group
Web Address: http://www.bddg.org/

A website for recovering alcoholic and drug dependent doctors, dentists, and students.

British Medical Association

Organisation: British Medical Association
Web Address: http://bma.org.uk/

A professional association and trade union for doctors in the UK.

British Medical Association Report on Drugs of Dependence

Organisation: British Medical Association
Web Address: https://www.bma.org.uk/collective-voice/policy-and-research/public-and-population-health/drugs-of-dependence

A publication that examines the international evidence and legislative frameworks across the world as part of its assertion that current UK drug policy should be explored, and that health should be at the centre of the debate. It collates and analyses the evidence relating to drug dependency, including the scale of the problem; treatment and medical management; the development of UK drug policy over time, including the legal framework underpinning the current approach; and the role of healthcare professionals in tackling the problem. It concludes that drug dependency is a medical condition as well as a legal problem and that alternatives to the current approach to UK drug policy should focus on health.

Cannabis Cohort Research Consortium (CCRC)

Organisation: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW, Australia

The Cannabis Cohort Research Consortium (CCRC) is led from Australia and it started from the need to addressquestions about the relationship between cannabis, other drug use, life-course outcomes and mental health in children and young adults. The CCRC is a multi-organisational and multi-disciplinary international collaboration of researchers from across the disciplines of psychiatry, psychology, child and adolescent health, cannabis and other substance use, biomedicine, health and development, prevention, intervention and knowledge translation. The Consortium brings together researchers from some of the largest and most prolific longitudinal studies in the world.

Centre for Substance Use Research

Organisation: Centre for Substance Use Research
Web Address: http://substanceuseresearch.org/

The Centre for Substance Use Research (CSUR) specialises in undertaking large and small scale studies in a variety of areas to do with substance use and abuse.

Club Soda

Organisation: Club Soda
Web Address: https://www.joinclubsoda.co.uk/index.php

Club Soda is a behaviour change platform for anyone who wants to change their drinking, whether to cut down, stop for a bit, quit or stick. It offers online behaviour change tools such as goal setting and progress tracking, information, community support, links to experts and perks, as well as workshops and events both online and in the real world. Link to presentation given at the SSA Symposium 2015


Web Address: http://www.cochrane.org/search/site/addiction

A global independent network of health practitioners, researchers, patient advocates and others, responding to the challenge of making the vast amounts of evidence generated through research useful for informing decisions about health. Cochrane Reviews are systematic reviews of primary research in human health care and health policy, and are internationally recognised as the highest standard in evidence-based health care. They investigate the effects of interventions for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. They also assess the accuracy of a diagnostic test for a given condition in a specific patient group and setting. Cochrane Reviews are published online in The Cochrane Library.

College Drinking

Organisation: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Web Address: https://www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov/

College Drinking: Changing the Culture, created by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) in the USA is a one-stop resource for research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students.

Controlled Drug List

Organisation: Home Office
Web Address: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/controlled-drugs-list

A document (updated January 2015) from the Drugs Licensing section of the Home Office which lists drugs currently controlled under the misuse of drugs legislation, showing their respective classifications under both the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001.

CTN Dissemination Library

Organisation: NIDA
Web Address: http://ctndisseminationlibrary.org/

Digital repository of resources created by and about NIDA's National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (CTN). It provides a single point of access to research findings and other materials that are approved for dissemination throughout the CTN and to the larger community of providers, researchers and policy-makers.

Daily Harm Reduction

Organisation: Daily Harm Reduction, UK
Web Address: http://harmreduction.tips/

 Daily Harm Reduction, UK site run by two people working in harm reduction where they post one harm reduction tip or related quote each weekday for people to use to support their work or just have a bit of inspiration. 

Doctors Support Network

Organisation: Doctors Support Network
Web Address: http://dsn.org.uk/

Offers confidential advice and support to doctors with mental health problems.

Down Your Drink

Organisation: DYD University College London
Web Address: http://www.downyourdrink.org.uk/

An online self-help programme for anyone worried about his or her drinking.

Drink Wise Age Well

Organisation: Drink Wise Age Well
Web Address: http://drinkwiseagewell.org.uk/

 Information and advice on the impact of alcohol as one ages. Guidance on alcohol units, cutting down and where to get help. Supports health and social care providers and community organisations to recognise and respond to risky drinking in people aged over 50.


Organisation: Southampton University Hospitals Trust, UK (SUHT).
Web Address: http://www.drinksafely.info/AboutUs/

Discusses health aspects of alcohol and includes the Drinkulator drink calculator, for checking if your drinking puts you at risk.

Drug and Alcohol Findings

Organisation: Findings
Web Address: http://findings.org.uk/

Provides summaries of recent and new research with implications for drug and alcohol interventions and treatments

Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia

Organisation: DANA
Web Address: http://www.danaonline.org/about/

The key nursing organisation in Australasia for nurses and midwives with a professional interest in Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) issues. Run conferences,seminars, encourages nurse participation in research

Drugs and Alcohol Portal

Organisation: Virginia Commonwealth University
Web Address: http://guides.library.vcu.edu/drugs-alcohol

A portal providing free access to authoritative sources for prevention, treatment, and policy interventions related to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs (ATOD), listing evidence based sources, international agencies, open access journals, and interactive training tools.


Organisation: Drugscience
Web Address: http://www.drugscience.org.uk/

An independent science-led drugs charity comprising drugs experts from a wide range of specialisms to carry out ground-breaking original research into drug harms and effects. Resources include list of publications and cited articles, and information on drug effects, harms and potential medical uses to the public, professionals and decision makers.


Organisation: DrugWise
Web Address: http://www.drugwise.org.uk/drugs/

An online drug information service aiming to provide evidence-based drug information, policy and practice.

Electronic Virtual Patients

Organisation: Centre for Medical and Healthcare Education St George’s University of London
Web Address: http://virtualpatients.eu/referatory/

A bank of virtual patients including cases on alcohol, drug abuse and smoking.


Organisation: Erowid
Web Address: http://www.erowid.org/

A member-supported organisation providing access to reliable, non-judgmental information about psychoactive plants, chemicals, and related issues. It works with academic, medical, and experiential experts to develop and publish the information on its site. Resources include a library of links to books, periodicals, videos, and music.


Web Address: http://www.eumadness.eu/about-eu-madness/

“EU-MADNESS” stands for “EUropean-wide, Monitoring, Analysis and knowledge Dissemination on Novel/Emerging pSychoactiveS”.  The objective is to develop integrated monitoring and profiling of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) in Europe in order to prevent health harms and update relevant professionals. The project aims to monitor, test, profile, and feed back into education and prevention knowledge relating to the types of NPS emerging, their associated characteristics, and potential harms. Resources include factsheets on various aspects of NPS

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA)

Web Address: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/

The EMCDDA  provides the EU and its Member States with a factual overview of European drug problems.Source of evidence-based information on drugs and drug addiction.Publishes annual reports and country reports that cover a broad range of areas including the most recent estimates of treatment and prevalence; drug-related infectious diseases; high risk drug use estimates; levels of drug-related deaths; drug-related crime in the form of drug seizures, types of offence, price, purity and use in prison; and country responses to the drug situation in Europe. Has a portal for best practices on what works (and what doesn't work) in the areas of drug prevention, treatment, harm reduction. Infographics, videos, drug profiles and more.

Exchange Publications

Organisation: Exchange Publications
Web Address: http://www.exchangesupplies.org/

A social enterprise that produces a wide range of resources such as leaflets, publications, and films for drug services, needle exchanges, and injecting drug users. It provides employment and training opportunities for drug users.


Web Address: http://www.talktofrank.com/

A free telephone service and website, with live chat, offering information and advice on drugs and drug misuse.


Organisation: Fresh - making smoking history
Web Address: http://www.freshne.com/about-us/introduction

Fresh - the UK's first dedicated regional tobacco control programme set up in the North East of Engand in 2005 to tackle the worst rates of smoking-related illness and death in the country.

Global Alcohol Policy Alliance

Organisation: Global Alcohol Policy Alliance
Web Address: http://globalgapa.org/

Global Alcohol Policy Alliance is a network of non-governmental organisations and people working in public health agencies who share information on alcohol issues and advocate evidence-based alcohol policies, “free from commercial interests

Global Commission on Drug Policy

Organisation: Global Commission on Drug Policy
Web Address: http://www.globalcommissionondrugs.org/

The purpose of the Commission is to bring to the international level an informed, science-based discussion about humane and effective ways to reduce the harm caused by drugs to people and societies. Publishes reports and documentaries.

Guidance on the Clinical Management of Acute and Chronic Harms of Club Drugs and Novel Psychoactive Substances

Organisation: NEPTUNE
Web Address: http://neptune-clinical-guidance.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/NEPTUNE-Guidance-March-2015.pdf

Document that provides guidance on the clinical management of harms resulting from acute intoxication and from the harmful and dependent use of club drugs and NPS. It categorises club drugs broadly according to their clinical effects: depressant; stimulant;  hallucinogenic.Synthetic cannabinoids are treated as a separate category, largely for reasons relating to their clinical management.Guidance is aimed in particular at clinicians in a range of settings - these are specialist drug treatment services; hospital emergency departments (EDs); general practice/ primary care; and sexual health clinics

I-Trend (Internet Tools for Research in Europe on New Drugs)

Web Address: http://www.i-trend.eu/index.htm

A European research project (Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom) which aims to help prevent health and social harms associated with new/novel psychoactive substances (NPS), or ‘new synthetic drugs’. Using a combination of data sources (e.g. law enforcement seizures, evidence on increased interest in NPS among users, NPS-related fatalities) and consultations with key stakeholders, each country will develop a top list of NPS for in-depth investigation.

Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs

Organisation: Public Health Wales and Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University
Web Address: http://www.ipedinfo.co.uk/index.html

Developed by Public Health Wales in conjunction with partners at the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University, this website provides reliable and evidence based information and advice to reduce the harms associated with the use of steroids and image and performance enhancing drugs ( IPEDs.)

Improving liver health in the East Midlands: A call to action

Organisation: Public Health England

Summary of liver disease risks and interventions from a public health perspective, with a focus on the East Midlands

Injecting Advice

Web Address: http://www.injectingadvice.com/v4/

Set up in 2007 Injecting Advice is a website that offers support and advice to people working in harm reduction services (especially needle programmes) and to injecting drug users. The articles on the site cover much of the basic (and some advanced) information to help workers provide the best support to the people they are helping.

Institute of Alcohol Studies

Web Address: http://www.ias.org.uk/

The IAS is a public policy  organsiation that advocates for the use of scientific evidence in policy-making to reduce alcohol-related harm. Makes evidence accessible to anyone with an interest in alcohol – politicians, reporters, health professionals, students, youth workers and others.

International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute

Organisation: International Cannabis and Cannabinoids Institute
Web Address: https://icci.science/en/

Research institute with brief to foster evidence-based exploration of the therapeutic applicability of cannabis-based medicines.

International Doctors for Healthy Drug Policies (IDHDP)

Organisation: IDHDP
Web Address: http://www.idhdp.com/

A network for doctors to share expertise and good practice in reducing the health, social, and economic harms of people who use drugs and influence practice and drug policy.

International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)

Organisation: International Nurses Society on Addictions
Web Address: http://www.intnsa.org/

An  international professional specialty organisation founded in 1975 for nurses committed to the prevention, intervention, treatment, and management of addictive disorders including alcohol and other drug dependencies, nicotine dependencies, eating disorders, dual and multiple diagnosis, and process addictions such as gambling.

International Society of Addiction Medicine

Organisation: International Society of Addiction Medicine
Web Address: http://www.isamweb.org/home/

An international fellowship of physicians founded in 1998. Its aims are to advance knowledge about addiction as a treatable disease, thorough meetings, education and sharing of knowledge and expertise.


Organisation: BASIS e.V
Web Address: https://legal-high-inhaltsstoffe.de/en

This German website (in English) provides information and help for individuals, families, and professionals about drugs, focusing on ‘legal highs’.

Local Alcohol Profiles for England

Organisation: Public Health England
Web Address: http://www.lape.org.uk/

An interactive data tool that presents data for 26 alcohol-related indicators. It also provides links to further supporting and relevant information to aid understanding of alcohol-related harm in a local population. A guide can be found here.

Local and national alcohol policy: how do they interact?

Organisation: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Web Address: http://www.alcohollearningcentre.org.uk/News/Local-and-National-Alcohol-Policy-how-do-they-interact/

Report of a seminar on Alcohol policy, held in Dec 2014 at the Centre for Public Health History, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. The seminar explored the interaction between the local and the national in the making of alcohol policy in the past and in the present, focusing on continuities and changes over time.

LOCAL PASS: A LOCAL approach towards the reduction of PsychoActive Substance uSe

Organisation: LOCAL PASS
Web Address: http://www.localpass.eu/cms/

A European projcet that has  developed a Toolkit  to help people set up standardised local systems for identification and assessment of psychoactive substance use and develop an effective plan for local interventions.

Local Tobacco Control Profiles for England (Public Health England)

Organisation: Public Health England
Web Address: http://www.tobaccoprofiles.info/

Provides a snapshot of the extent of tobacco use, tobacco related harm, and measures being taken to reduce this harm at a local level in England

M-CAT Info

Organisation: Project 3 Young Persons Drug and Alcohol Service, Doncaster
Web Address: http://www.m-cat.info/

A project looking at mephedrone, aimed at young people, that has information on physical effects, legal status, and harm reduction.

Medical Council on Alcohol

Organisation: Medical Council on Alcohol (MCA)
Web Address: http://www.m-c-a.org.uk/

A charity concerned with the effects of alcohol on health and improving the understanding and management of alcohol-related health harm. Publishes newsletters, a journal, runs conferences and is active in medical education at all levels.


Organisation: Mentor
Web Address: http://www.mentoruk.org.uk/

A UK organisation that works to prevent alcohol and drug misuse and promote the health and well-being of children and young people. Its work is based on international scientific evidence.  Provides resources for drug education and prevention in schools


Organisation: Scottish National Naloxone Programme
Web Address: http://naloxone.org.uk/

Official website of the Scottish National Naloxone Programme.Resources include online training, vidoes, law, policy, research and news.

National Association for Children of Alcoholics

Organisation: National Association for Children of Alcoholics
Web Address: http://www.nacoa.org.uk/

Offers information, advice and support for children affected by parental drinking.

National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training

Organisation: NCSCT
Web Address: http://www.ncsct.co.uk/

Supports the delivery of effective evidence-based tobacco control programmes and smoking cessation interventions provided by local stop smoking services. It works with, and for, the field to deliver training and assessment programmes, support services for local and national providers and conduct research into behavioural support for smoking cessation. Provider of online training in smoking cessation; smoking data and evidence-based resources.

National Institute for Health and Clinical Evidence

Organisation: National Institute for Health and Clinical Evidence
Web Address: http://www.nice.org.uk/

Evidence based guidance and advice for health, public health and social care practitioners on specific diseases, conditions or areas of clinical expertise such as substance misuse. NICE develops quality standards for those commissioning health and care services, and offers information services for commissioners, practitioners and managers across the spectrum of health and social care.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Organisation: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Web Address: https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/about-niaaa

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) is one of the 27 institutes and centres that comprise the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the US. NIAAA supports and conducts research on the impact of alcohol use on human health and well-being. As the lead agency for U.S. research on alcohol use disorder (AUD), and other health and developmental effects of alcohol use its mission is to support research, and then translate and disseminate research findings to reduce alcohol-related problems.

National Organisation on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Web Address: http://www.nofas-uk.org/

Provides information on alcohol and pregnancy for the general public, press, and medical professionals.

Natural High

Organisation: Natural High
Web Address: https://naturalhigh.org/our-story/

Natural High is a US organization that works with educators across the US providing them with resources aimed at young people on drug and alcohol issues. Using stories of role models – world-renowned athletes, celebrities, artists and musicians who believe in a drug-free lifestyle, videos and research-based curricula are developed  for educators and parents, completely free of charge.