Interesting alcohol and drug facts February 2016

Latest key alcohol and drug facts & figures unearthed by Andrew Brown focus on alcohol-related deaths, drink & drug driving, & substance misuse in prison.

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The latest drug trends

This is the sixth post in a monthly series reproducing Andrew Brown’s monthly slideshare of interesting new facts about alcohol and other drugs which he has unearthed from a wide range of reports.

Andrew works for MEAM/Making Every Adult Matter, the coalition of three national charities (Clinks, Homeless Link and Mind) who champion the cause of people experiencing multiple needs and who have been kind enough to allow Andrew’s monthly slideshares to be re-published here.

This month’s slides focus on a range of subjects including drink and drug driving, alcohol and drugs in prison, safe drinking limits and trends in opiate and crack-cocaine use.

(If this slideshare doesn’t show up on your device, you can see it here)

You can follow Andrew on Twitter @andrewbrown365

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