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It is up to you to make up your mind about whether you drink, smoke or take other drugs (legal or illegal). But it is also up to you to make sure you find out what you are putting in your body, the possible effects of the substance on your mind and body and to make sure your are not harming yourself or other people in the process. In the case of illegal drugs you must also look at the fact that you are breaking the law and that if you are caught there will be a penalty.
The possession or taking of certain drugs is illegal and there are penalties prescribed by law.

Drugs and drug overdoses can kill you..!

You can contact the following organisations for advice and counseling:

* Release
* Fresh fields (contact SHARE for details)
* National Drugs HelplineAdvice

Try to talk to someone you trust about drugs and see how they feel about them.
NEVER let anyone make you feel pressurised into taking something - you are free to choose not to take drugs.
If you have a problem with drinking, drugs, or glue sniffing talk to your doctor, counseling agency or Cornwall Share in confidence.
For the law on drugs look in the law section (in Cracked It!).

Release provides advice and information on drug problems.
388 Old Street,
London EC1V 9LT.

Tel: ++44 20-7729 9904 (Mon - Fri 10.00am - 6.00pm)
Tel: ++44 20-7603 8654 (emergencies only)

National Drugs Helpline
The National Drugs Helpline gives is a free, confidential, 24 hour helpline for people who need help or have questions about drugs.
Tel: Freephone 0800 77 66 00

Cornwall SHARE
Information and Advice
for Young People
SHARE Services Include...
Information on general issues, health, law, drugs, leisure, environment, travel etc.

Advice on benefit rights and help with claiming.

Information on accommodation available and help with finding accommodation.

Computer Facilities for newsletter design, writing a C.V., accessing our information services.

Counselling appointments with our trained counsellors to discuss personal difficulties in confidence.

Contacts we can help put you in touch with the right person or agency if you need more specialised help
County Youth Office
County Hall
Cornwall TR1 3AY
Telephone: ++44 1872 322467
Fax: ++44 1872 322496
Email: General Information -
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