For the Highs and Lows
Get Clued Up
Out tonight or recovering from a big night?
We get that sometimes it's time to celebrate. And we know that some of you choose to use alcohol and other drugs to unwind - and for lots of other reasons too.
Of course the best way to avoid harm from drugs and alcohol is not to take them at all. But if you're going to, make sure you are as informed as possible. Heads up, if you’re ever found with drugs on campus or in Uni Halls you could be expelled.
Here's some websites we like that have some great info on drugs, alcohol and their effects:
You might already know or have felt this, but there are other negative effects you might experience too like:
- Being short of cash
- Falling behind on your uni work
- Eating a poor diet
- Suffering from mental health issues
If you think it’s time for a break from the nights out or you want some tips to alleviate the after affects, take a look below.
Drop ins with Forward Leeds
Drop in to Leeds University Union to talk to Forward Leeds for free and confidential advice about alcohol and other drugs.
Here For You
We’re always here if you need to talk about your drug and alcohol use. You’ll never get into trouble for anything you say to our confidential and non-judgemental LUU Advice team.
Get in touch by email, phone 0113 3801 420 or drop into the Union Foyer and speak to our Help and Support team directly.