Club drug information evening for parents
Adfam is working in partnership with the Club Drug Clinic to develop and promote resources for parents worried about their young people's use of club drugs. 'Club drugs' is used to refer to legal highs including herbal products and synthetic substances, and illegal drugs commonly consumed in pubs, clubs and bars such as mephedrone, ecstasy (MDMA) and powder cocaine.
The Club Drug Clinic is the UK’s biggest clinic devoted to treating this type of drug use. They, as well as Adfam, feel that there needs to be better information and support for parents and families affected by club drug use.
The evening will run from 5-7.30pm and include a focus session where Adfam will listen to your experiences and concerns and use this learning to improve future support and information. It will also include a chance for you to ask the head of the Club Drug Clinic Dr. Owen Bowden-Jones, one the UK’s experts on club drugs, any questions you have.
This event will be held in London. If you would like to attend please email Oliver Standing or call on 0207 553 7656.