Facts about drugs and how young people in Oxfordshire can get support to help with drugs and substance abuse - their own or somebody else's
The risks of illegal drugs, tobacco and alcohol, and how you can protect yourself and your friends
New drug-like substances are sometimes known as ‘legal highs.' But they are illegal and have serious health risks. People who buy and sell 'legal highs' are breaking the law.
Every year, young people drink less alcohol. But for some, drinking heavily and getting drunk is still a risk.
Every year fewer young people in the UK smoke, and more people are quitting. Find out how to get help if you, or someone you care for, is smoking.
Cannabis is illegal in the UK and evidence shows it may be particularly risky for young people
Information about criminal exploitation and how you can access support.
Help for young people misusing drugs and alcohol is available from the Aquarius service
Information about support for young people in Oxfordshire who are vulnerable to drugs exploitation or being exploited.
Vaping is seen by some as a safer alternative to smoking. But there are still risks to health. The safest thing to do is not to smoke at all.
Find out more about the School Health Nurse service and the kind of things they can support you with.
If you are worried that you or your friends are getting into trouble, there are things you can do to help
Know what to do if you or someone you know has been a victim of crime.
When you are pregnant, you have choices