Leaflet for people who suffer from mental health problems and addiction.
Alcohol and domestic violence
Leaflet about alcohol and domestic violence.
Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant that affects virtually every organ in the
human body. Most people have general knowledge about the consequences of alcohol
intoxication and risk for a fatal automobile crash, and some often-fatal medical
consequences of long term alcohol abuse, such as liver disease or risk for cardiovascular
disease. Fewer people realize that deaths from alcohol overdoses occur as often as for
Poster advising to alternate your drinks.
NHS flyer about risks and addiction of benzodiazepines.
Leaflet about the dangers of combining cocaine and alcohol.
Cautionary poster about Cocaethylene.
Drug & Alcohol treatment leaflet
NHS leaflet about drug & alcohol treatment services.
Drugs using record
Keeping a drug using record to keep track of drug use, relapse and use reduction.
Guidelines for home detoxification from alcohol
NHS Guidelines for home detoxification from alcohol,
Guidelines for home detoxification from Opiates & Methamphetamines
NHS Guidelines for home detoxification from Opiates & Methamphetamines.
Heroin safe keeping leaflet
Dangers & harm reduction with heroin use. Questions about addiction.
Information for people affected by amphetamine use
Leaflet about amphetamine addiction & treatment.
Information for people affected by cocaine use
Information about cocaine addiction and treatment.
Motor vehicles are the most common form of transportation in the US and the greatest cause of accidental death in this country. Many factors contribute to motor vehicle accidents including highway and vehicle design, traffic density, and driver error due to experience and skill. However, the single most significant predictor of accident risk is the driver's mental and physical state -- their sobriety.