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Drug use factors
When is Ecstasy not ecstasy, when it's PMA/PMMA.
PMA and PMMA are stimulants with halluncinogenic effects similar to MDMA. However, they are toxic at lower doses than MDMA and can also take longer to take effect.
 
Drugs and mental health
What's in the Pill?
The 'What’s in the Pill?’ campaign is the result of a collaboration between three Dublin Universities and the Ana Liffey Drug Project.
 
Drugs and mental health
What's in the Powder?
The 'What’s in the Powder?’ campaign is the result of a collaboration between three Dublin Universities and the Ana Liffey Drug Project.
 
Drugs and mental health
Snow Blow & HIV
The ASK campaign is a harm reduction and HIV prevention campaign developed by Ana Liffey Drug Project & HIV Ireland.
 
Drugs and mental health
G,GHB or GBL
To help address the increasing use of the drug G in Ireland.
 
Drugs and mental health
Pregabalin
The pregabalin campaign addresses misuse that has been reported among individuals attending addiction services and recreational drug users.
 
Drugs and mental health
Butane Gas.
Butane is commonly misused by being inhaled directly through the mouth either from cigarette lighter refills, canisters or aerosol sprays.
 
Drugs and mental health
USI MDMA and Ketamine
A new information campaign aimed at students which was developed by the Union of Students of Ireland in partnership with Drugs.ie and the HSE.
 
Drugs and mental health
USI Cannabinoids and Mephedrone
USI 2017 information campaign aimed at students, developed by the Union of Students of Ireland in partnership with Drugs.ie and the HSE.
 
Drugs and mental health
Crack
The crack campaign is a harm reduction campaign developed in response to an increase in crack use in Dublin’s North Inner City.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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