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The guidelines are intended for all those involved in providing support for drug misusers, especially those providing pharmacological interventions as a component of drug misuse treatment.
Each of the Northern Ireland Drug and Alcohol Coordination Teams (DACTs) has produced a directory of services available in their area. To find out what services are available in your area, download the relevant directory at the bottom of this page.
This report presents the initial results from the first specific study on the use of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes within the Northern Ireland Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered (LGB...
This poster raises awareness about the different strengths of Ecstasy tablets and the fact that you cannot be sure about the amount of the drug you are taking. It also provides contact details for the National Drugs Helpline. Tel: 0800 776600.
This poster raises awareness about the danger of taking drugs and driving. The message on the poster is 'Drugs affect your driving - Never take drugs and drive.' It also provides contact details for the National Drugs Helpline. Tel: 0800 776600.
This poster highlights the danger associated with mixing drugs or mixing drugs and alcohol. The poster message is mixing drugs or mixing drugs and alcohol can be lethal. It also provides contact details for the National Drugs Helpline. Tel: 0800 776600.
Mary Black, Assistant Director for Health and Social Wellbeing Improvement in the Public Health Agency, established the Belfast Drug and Alcohol Working Group in early 2010 to undertake a scoping exercise of drugs and alcohol services in Belfast, and to produce a report outlining their findings and...
An analysis of need for 'one stop shop'; drop-in support services in relation to alcohol and drug misuse, undertaken by the PHA for the Health Development Policy Branch of the DHSSPS.