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Terrence Higgins Trust runs drugs workshops for gay men

PinkNews Staff Writer August 11, 2009
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Sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) is running a series of workshops for gay men in London who are concerned about their drug or alcohol use.

The groups will be held by experts who have had training in addiction issues and are aimed at gay men taking any kind of recreational drug, including alcohol, cocaine, ecstasy and crystal meth.

Gordon Mundie, group work co-ordinator at THT, said “We know that many gay men take drugs and drink alcohol but some feel that what started as fun is out of control. Perhaps they are beginning to feel they need alcohol to have a good time, they feel guilty or ashamed after using or they are only having sex when they are on drugs.

“If this sounds like it might apply to you, or you are just worried you might have a problem, then this course could help. Please get in touch to find out more.”

Workshops will take place each Tuesday for 8 weeks from 6.30 – 9pm in central London.

For more information, venue details or to book an assessment call 020 7812 1773 or email [email protected]

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