Cannabis Skunk Sense (also known as CanSS Ltd) provides straight-forward facts and research-based advice on cannabis. We aim to raise awareness of the continued and growing dangers to children, teenagers and their families of cannabis use.
We provide educational materials and information for community groups, schools, colleges and universities; and guidance to wide range of professions, Parliament and the general public - with a strong message of prevention not harm reduction.
What is cannabis, the effects on the body and brain, the effects on children and younger people and what you should know.
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Concerned about yourself or someone you know? Know what to look for, how to get help and links to support groups. Read more »
We rely on volunteers and community groups to help promote our messages as well as being grateful of any donations received to support our work. Read more »
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The health and social effects of nonmedical cannabis use.
Kevin Sabet debates former Dep PM Nick Clegg on BBC’s Newsnight
Only 30 - 40% of kids try drugs, so that means you’re in the majority. Most young people don't want to try drugs but feel pressured by others. ‘No thanks’ is perfectly all right and needs no justification but if you need an excuse to get out of the situation:
Here are some ideas from CanSS for excuses for not accepting or buying drugs: