HIT drug and alcohol resources and publications have been constantly evolving since 1985.
We now offer over 140 separate publications and resources that cover a wide range of public health and social care issues.
Ensuring the products are suitable for the target audience
Each HIT publication contains a brief description of the theme, content and target audience.
The Young People’s section provides a recommended minimum age for each product. None of our products listed in this section contains swearing or explicit imagery.
Adult drug users are defined as people aged 16 years and above.
HIT believes that in some circumstances products may be suitable for younger age groups especially when supervised by a professional or carer e.g. it may be appropriate to give a 15 year old who is injecting drugs a leaflet about overdose prevention.
HIT's publication development process includes:
- Identifying a need
- Contracting experts in the field
- Research process
- Design process (including targeting this to the right audience)
- Peer review process
Order a sample
To ensure the suitability of a product, please request a free sample of the product you're interested in* or contact HIT
for further information.
*Due to the costs of some of out larger publications we cannot always provide a free sample