Alcohol Education Trust
the provision of alcohol education in different ways, to pupils age 11 - 16, their parents and to provide coherent and up to date accurate resources and lesson plans for teachers.
Drug Education Forum
The Drug Education Forum brings together national organisations from health, education, police and voluntary sectors that deliver or support the delivery of drug education.
DrugScope is the UK's leading independent centre of expertise on drugs
Annual survey findings of smoking, drinking and drug use among Young People in England
PRIDE 123 is a web based drugs and safety education programme aimed at 6-14 year olds, teachers and parents/carers for use at home and at school.
National charity dedicated to the prevention of solvent and volatile substance abuse. Useful information and resources.
Home Office drug strategy
What the government is doing to reduce drug use, what programmes are in place and information on strategy (Updated May 2012)
Promoting young people's health and wellbeing through a variety of resources; including Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education, particularly alcohol, drugs, tobacco and sexual health issues for children and young people
Talk About Alcohol
The Talk About Alcohol website provides information aimed at 11-16
year-olds on the effects, risks, laws and choices around alcohol. The site also includes resources for teachers and
Talk to Frank
FRANK helps you find out everything you might want to know about drugs (and some stuff you don't).
For friendly, confidential advice, Talk to FRANK.
QUIT is the UK charity that helps smokers to stop, it also has lots of facts and useful information as well as teachers packs.
Guidance from DirectGov about young people and alcohol
Youthhealthtalk features videos of interviews with young people about their experiences of drugs and alcohol. All interviews are by Oxford University Researchers who aim to capture the full range of experiences from abstinence to addiction, peer pressure, impact on education, the role of parents, teachers and health professionals and more