Would you know what to do in a drug-related emergency?

Posted on: 26 Aug 2021

To mark International Overdose Awareness Day, Forward Leeds will be giving out advice in Leeds city centre on Tuesday 31 August about what to do if you suspect someone is overdosing.

 

As part of their response to the increasing number of people dying as a result of drugs each year, the city’s alcohol and drug service will have a stall in Dortmund Square, on The Headrow, offering advice on recognising an overdose and how to respond to drug-related emergencies.

 

For more information click here...

https://www.forwardleeds.co.uk/2021/08/25/would-you-know-what-to-do-in-a-drug-related-emergency/

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