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Mentor UK backs report calling for urgent evidence-based drugs education

Alcohol and drugs education comes under media spotlight following report showing urgent need to safeguard young people from the potential risks of buying and selling cannabis

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Young people, mental health and substance use: Exploring the links

Ongoing research seeks to provide an overview on mental health in childhood and adolescence and links between mental health and substance use.

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ParentZone Q&A with Maryon Stuart

Maryon Stewart, founder of Angelus (which merged with Mentor UK in 2016), shares her advice on how to talk to your child about legal and illegal substances with Parent Info.

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Changes to the Why Not Find Out site

We've made some exciting changes to Why Not Find Out - keep reading to find out more.

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Announcement: Angelus website closing down

One year after Angelus and Mentor merged, the decision has been made to close the Angelus Foundation website.

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Mentor Youth Panel recruitment begins

Mentor are recruiting passionate 16-24 year olds to form a panel of youth advisors.

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New year, new challenge: take part in Dry January

Mentor supports Dry January as an opportunity to make healthier choices, and we encourage our supporters to take on the challenge and help raise awareness and funds for Mentor.

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Mentor and Angelus celebrate merger at House of Lords event

On 17 November Lord Benjamin Mancroft invited friends and supporters of the two leading drug prevention charities, Mentor UK and Angelus, to an event at the House of Lords to celebrate their merger.

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‘Just Say No’ to bad practice

The National Alcohol and Drugs Education Conference 2016, hosted by Mentor and The Alcohol Education Trust at Middlesex University London on October 19, highlighted best practice for evidence-based alcohol and drug prevention.

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