Cannabis: A General Survey on its Harmful effects is a submission made in 2006 (Updated in August 2020) to The Centre for Social Justice. Written and compiled by Mary Brett BSc (Hons) -
It is endorsed by Professor Heather Ashton, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Newcastle University. Professor Neil McKeganey, Professor of Drug Misuse Research, University of Glasgow.
Dr Ian Oliver, Former Chief Constable of both Central Scotland and Grampian Police, International Consultant on Drugs to the UN, Board member of the International Scientific and Medical Advisory Forum on Drug Abuse and an elected member of The Institute of Global Drug Policy. Among Others.
Referenced Studies on the damage to Mental Health.
"There is no doubt now that marijuana use causes or contributes to many forms of mental illness and neurological problems." (A risk gene for cannabis psychosis, Science Daily, November 14 2012.
Info on the harmful effects of Marijuana. Are these anyone's goals?
Quick facts and consequences of Marijuana use with reference to studies.
2 page A4 handout.
Excellent information leaflet on the short term and long term harmful effects of Cannabis by the charity Cannabis and Skunk Sense.
Very good clear explaination of how damage is caused to the brain and its harmful mental health effects.
Please feel free to download. Print out as a flyer for class handout.
An A4 leaflet/handout about the harmful effects of this dangerous drug. No one ever started out thinking these things would happen...
Alcohol abuse can really change one's behaviour. Does anyone want to be a friend or have a friend who behaves like this?
Here are a few tips to help addicts onto the road out. Also included is a direct contact to one of Narconon's rehabiliation consultants. Please do contact Neil for any advice and information regarding our drug free rehabilitation programme.
Please feel free to print off for anyone you know who needs this help.
NARCONON’s mission is to provide an effective path for rehabilitation from drug abuse and to assist society in preventing the scourge of drugs worldwide.
Using the evidence-based, drug-free approach to rehabilitation developed by acclaimed author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard, Narconon centers help those enslaved by drugs and alcohol to build new lives filled with purpose and productivity. Our graduates return to their families and communities drug-free and in control of their lives.
Narconon also provides comprehensive training to professionals and organizations seeking workable drug rehabilitation and prevention solutions.
An independent survey was taken by MORI (Market & Opinion Research International) earlier this year to access the opinions of teachers, whose pupils had received presentations by Narconon® Drug Education lecturers.
Narconon Charity Drug Education Services Information Release May 2018
Prevention through drug education
Rising Drug Use and Misuse in UK Teens: What students don’t know about drugs may harm them