For Drug & Alcohol advice please see the below links:
If you would like to discuss anything further please email firstname.lastname@example.org
There are lots of people who can help you if you are concerned about yourself or someone you know, and the sooner you seek help the better. Your own GP or Health Service is a good place to start, or anyone who you feel you can trust and talk to. You can also approach the AUSA Student Advice Centre or contact the local helpline run by Drugs Action on 01224 594700.
If you, or someone you know, is at risk of a drug overdose you can get a free Naloxone kit. Naloxone is an easily administered medicine that can temporarily reverse the effects of opioid drugs overdose (examples heroin, methadone, morphine, including opioid medicines) until an ambulance arrives. You can get your free kit from any of the pharmacies below in Aberdeen:
There is no stigma or shame in asking for Naloxone or carrying it. It is safe and effective. Everyone will know it is to save a life.
Aberdeen City Alcohol & Drugs Partnership Fulton Clinic, Royal Cornhill Hospital, ABERDEEN AB25 2ZH http://www.aberdeencityadp.org.uk