Posters from DrugScope
What Drugs Look Like - Poster (updated for 2009)
A stunning, full-colour poster for your office wall, waiting room, classroom, youth club, police station or community centre. Shows all the main misused drugs and a full array of drug paraphernalia for easy identification, plus their Misuse of Drugs Act classification.
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ZZ31 - What Drugs Look Like
Poster Size: 841 x 594mm
Order from HIT here
Drug Misuse Wallchart
Updated version of our popular, full-colour wallchart, covering short and long-term effects, legal status, slang names and more. Also features information on dependence and the risks of drug-taking, and a colour coded index of drug names.
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ZZ32 - Drug Misuse Wallchart
Size: 1190 x 840mm
Order from HIT here
Leaflets/posters from other organisations
The organisations listed below provide leaflets. Please contact the organisation concerned regarding costs, if any. Please note that these links open in a new window. DrugScope cannot be held responsible for the content of other organisation's websites.
HIT produce a lot of leaflets and posters in the area of drugs, HIV/AIDS and sexual health. Most of the leaflets are aimed at young people.
Lifeline produce a lot of information - some of it free - aimed at educating young people in health, including drug awareness.
Know Cannabis is a UK campaign on the effects of cannabis, producing free resources for teenagers.
Exchange Supplies provide handbooks on individual drugs, harm reduction and injecting.
Royal College of Psychiatrists provide many leaflets on alcohol and drugs including some in Russian, Chinese and Arabic.
Patient UK has leaflets on prescribed medicines e.g. benzodiazepines and buprenorphine.
Mind has factsheets on mental health issues including drug and alcohol issues.
The National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse has produced a range of harm reduction leaflets and posters.