The Scottish Drugs Forum together with the University of Glasgow are currently running a survey looking at the use of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS, sometimes referred to as legal highs).
If you have used NPS they are keen to find out what motivated you to try NPS and what your reasons were for either continuing to use NPS or to stop using them. They are also really interested to find out if you have had any positive or negative experiences as a result of using NPS.
Anyone over 16 in Scotland even if you have never used NPS before can take part in the survey. The survey is confidential and takes about 20 minutes to complete.
Steve Retson Project are providing extra testing opportunities for men this March. Sandyford Central will open during the day on two Saturdays during March to offer drop in testing for HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis and Hepatitis B.Read More
The Steve Retson Project is pleased announce that from Thursday 23rd November our drop in testing only clinic has a new home at The Riding Room in Glasgow city center.Read More