Drug-safety and harm reduction initiative for UK nightlife, Safer States, launches

Drug-safety and harm reduction initiative for UK nightlife, Safer States, launches

A new initiative, Safer States, has been introduced in the UK to address drug safety and harm reduction in nightlife settings.

Launched as a collaborative effort between the Good Night Out Campaign, Release, Safe Only Ltd and The Love Tank, Safer States aims to provide essential harm-reduction information and challenge the stigma surrounding drug use.

The project acknowledges the prevalent role of drugs in nightlife and sets out to empower individuals with knowledge to make safer choices. With a focus on popular recreational drugs such as MDMA, cocaine, ketamine and nitrous oxide, Safer States aims to equip individuals with life-saving information.

“Drugs are a part of nightlife. They always have been, and whether you use them or not, they aren’t going anywhere. It’s high time we got informed,” said the Good Night Out Campaign via Instagram.

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