Mentor is the UK's authoritative voice in preventing the misuse of alcohol and drugs among children and young people.
To promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people in order to prevent alcohol and drug misuse. Read more
We believe the best strategy for supporting the immediate and long-term wellbeing of children and young people is through a life-course approach to prevention. Read more
On 1 October 2016 Angelus merged with Mentor, the drugs and alcohol prevention charity for young people.
Angelus will continue to raise awareness on the risks of new psychoactive substances ('legal highs') operating under the Mentor name.
Mentor runs evidence-based programmes in a variety of settings for different groups of young people, as well as the adults in their lives. We run programmes both independently and in partnership with organisations across England and Scotland.
Building our evidence base of 'what works' in prevention is vital to ensuring our work is effective, and underpins all that we do. Mentor developed ADEPIS, the leading source of alcohol and drug education resources for schools, and now maintains the CAYT repository of impact studies of evidence-based programmes. See more examples of our research here.
As the UK's leading voice in drug and alcohol prevention, we often contribute to or are referenced in drug and alcohol policies in the UK. We also conduct policy analysis and research, which informs our blogs, and lead national campaigns. Read about UK drugs policy and our campaigns here.