The Crime Survey Figures for England and Wales (CSEW) were released yesterday and showed good indications of big falls in NPS use.
Mentor launches its Five Year Strategic Plan setting out clearly its "life-course approach to prevention" which can be shown to be the most effective way of preventing harms to young people from alcohol and other drugs.
The Department of Health published its new Tobacco Control Plan on Tuesday 18 July, outlining the government's ambitious plans to create a "smokefree generation".
A shocking report from the Children's Commissioner reveals millions of children in England are living vulnerable or high risk lives.
The CBRE team, who cycled from London to Brussels last year, are undertaking another challenge: London to Land's End in three days. The team are cycling to raise money for their chosen charities, Mentor and Plan UK.
The Global Drug Survey 2017 reports on the recreational drug habits of 5,900 people in the UK and 120,000 globally. These are a summary of some of their findings.
Mentor have been working with the Interact group at Tokko Youth Space to produce a short film to raise awareness about New Psychoactive Substances. In this blog, Tokko Youth Project Worker Anna Butterworth shares her experiences of working on this project together.
As we approach the first anniversary of the passing into law of the Psychoactive Substances Act, Mentor's Director of Policy and Communications Jeremy Sare reflects on the Act's effectiveness and how much harm to young people has been prevented.