GHB/GBL is a clear, odourless liquid with a slightly salty, chemical taste. It comes in small bottles and capsules, and is commonly known as G, Gina, Liquid E and Liquid ecstasy.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that use of the drugs is common on the UK club scene, particularly in gay clubs, and is becoming more popular among the general drug-taking population.
This double-sided, postcard style resource will help raise awareness of the risks associated with GHB/GBL use.
This webinar will look at how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and other potential causes of trauma can affect an individual's relationship with alcohol and other drugs.
It is relevant for staff and volunteers with specific roles to support substance users as well as youth workers, mental health, criminal justice, housing, homelessness, social care and other workers.