Keep up to date with our latest news and find our upcoming events, including training sessions, webinars and our annual Students Drug and Alcohol conference.
Our Drug and Alcohol Impact awards/roundtable took place in January 2023 at Universities UK in London.
Our Student Drug and Alcohol Conference 2023 will be in person this year!
For the first time, between 7-13th November 2022, SOS-UK coordinated Student Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week.
Our 2021-22 Students, Alcohol and Drugs survey findings have been released!
Student Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week coordinated by SOS-UK will take place from 7-13th of November 2022.
Join us for our Drugs Awareness Training to explore student drug use within the student population.
Read our response to the Times article.
What the harm reduction approach to drug use is, why it is important, how to move towards this approach and the challenges that may be encountered.
The current situation regarding drugs within the student population and on campus.
University of Leeds and Leeds University Union have successfully achieved Drug and Alcohol Impact accreditation
Keele University and Keele SU partnership engaged with SOS-UK's Drug and Alcohol Impact programme, and they have successfully achieved accreditation!
UWE Bristol partnership are the first university partnership to receive Drug and Alcohol Impact Accreditation!
Within our National Student, Drug and Alcohol Conference 2022, current topics were discussed and best practice was shared.
International Drink Spiking Awareness Day organised by Stamp Out Spiking takes place on the 15th July 2022
The Drug & Alcohol Impact Pilot - 18 months in, what have we learnt?
Royal Holloway, University of London and Royal Holloway Students' Union have achieved Alcohol Impact Accreditation again.
In November 2021, we conducted a survey on student opinions on spiking in the UK. Read about our key findings and conclusions.
Find out what SOS-UK did to mark Alcohol Alcohol Awareness Week 2021
Read our response to the government's 10-year drug strategy "From Harm to Hope"
Despite what it seems, drinking alcohol is only a small part of student life, find out ways to build relationships without the hangover.
We've carried out research to support our Drug and Alcohol Impact programme and help improve student wellbeing on campuses through a harm reduction...
We are excited to announce the launch of our new programme Drug and Alcohol Impact.