Substance misuse programme to educate 250,000 schoolchildren

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Charities Addaction and The Amy Winehouse Foundation are to teach 250,000 English secondary school pupils about the dangers of substance misuse thanks to a £4.3m Big Lottery Fund grant.

The role of peer pressure in substance misuse is one of the issues that will be covered by the resilience education programme. Image: Jim Varney/posed by models
The role of peer pressure in substance misuse is one of the issues that will be covered by the resilience education programme. Image: Jim Varney/posed by models

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