Creating Awareness Around Addiction & Substance Use

KIP Education provide factually correct & balanced drug information. Providing clear boundaries as well as explaining the potential health, social and legal consequences of substance misuse. 

Encouraging conversations about drugs and alcohol to be open and relaxed; preparing young people not scaring them, we offer knowledge & valuable life skills.


By equipping young people with knowledge and understanding we empower them to deal with these challenges.

We use a harm reduction model which is a public health approach to encourage young people to say how drugs relate to them in society.

We use a number of creative ways to raise the issue which is both age and material appropriate. 

Examples of workshops:

  • Drug & Alcohol addiction

  • Cannabis Awareness
  • Life Stories with recovering addicts

  • Club Drugs

  • Alcohol Awareness and binge drinking

  • Novel Psychoactive Substances or “Legal Highs”

  • Tobacco and smoking

  • Vaping & E-Cigarettes
  • Drugs and Friendship: This program explores the relationship between substance use (primary focus on alcohol) and friendship, and developing skills to respond to peers who may be experiencing difficulty with substance use. 

We aim to provide:

  • Informative drug and alcohol education  

  • Explore attitudes and opinions 

  • Clarify current drug and alcohol legislation 

  • Provide harm reduction information

  • Signposts to local & national treatment services 

“An excellent provider of PHSE workshops and presentations. Your knowledgeable and approachable; our pupils have learned much from her sessions and I would highly recommend her.”

Mandy Francis
Reeds School

We deliver workshops in an informal and interactive manner. We steer clear of lecture-style presentations and encourage dialogue through facilitating conversation and engaging in thought-provoking & fun activities.

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