The Fixers here have all run campaigns which touch on alcohol misuse ... this can be the immediate results of drinking alcohol, or the indirect results on health, well-being, crime and violence. Many Fixers have powerful films to watch, and you can select and view them at the bottom of their pages.
I want to empower young people to make their own decisions in life.
I've spent time in prison but have managed to turn my life around.
I thought that drugs had changed my life for the better...but I was wrong.
Anyone can turn their life around - no matter how low you get.
I found the strength within me to stop taking cocaine.
I got into trouble because there wasn't enough to do, so I set up a breakdancing group.
I'm trying to get young people involved in a dance studio to keep them out of trouble.
I was fed up with drunks ruining my home town so I made a couple of cautionary films.
I spent most of my childhood in care, and know that taking the wrong path is easy.
I know that homelessness and poverty can lead to drink and drugs.
I've been in care, and want to change attitudes towards looked-after kids.
I campaigned about the danger of someone deliberately spiking your drink.
I was sexually abused until I was 14, now I want to help other young people survive.
I was homeless and saw drug misuse, now I'm trying to improve the homeless system
My mum was abused until I was nine, I'm helping other young people survive
We made some hard-hitting films about drink, and how it can mess things up.
We created a game to help kids in rural Cumbria make healthier lifestyle choices.
I got into trouble because I was drinking too much, and spent time in jail.
I know that sharing needles to take drugs spreads diseases, including HIV/AIDS.
I used to get drunk as a student, now I'm challenging young people to stay sober.
Drink and Drugs can damage your health. I've been campaigning for better health...
I spent time in prison when I was a member of a gang using and selling drugs.
After falling out with my family, I became one of the 'hidden homeless'
I have experienced the heartache of witnessing a family member battle schizophrenia.
I grew up in an area with gang culture and killings, but I know it's important to think differently.
I put drink, drugs and getting into trouble behind me, when I found a sport I love.
I want to send a message out to young people about the risk of being groomed.
I'm warning of violence caused by drink after my brother was killed in a drunken attack.
I suffered from depression and urge young people to get help if they feel bad
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust. Young People Fixing Drink and Drugs works in partnership with Groundwork UK and The Children's Society and is funded by the Home Offices Choices programme.
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