Legal Highs: The Facts

Want to know more about ‘legal highs’? The team over at Choices for Life got a panel of experts to answer some of your questions.

What do they look like?

What different kinds are there?

Why are they dangerous?

Are they addictive?

From 26th May 2016, so-called 'Legal highs' became illegal.

Possessing these substances with the intent to supply (sell them to other people), offering to supply (like giving some to your mates) or importing legal highs (buying them from internet sites based abroad to be delivered here) can mean you can get up to 7 years in prison and/or a fine.

Get more information on 'legal highs' over at Know the Score and Talk to Frank.

Find out more about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and smoking on the Choices For Life landing page.