Dundee is the drugs death capital of Scotland, according to new figures.
A remembrance garden has been opened in Dundee as a “healing place” for the relatives of those who have been lost to substance abuse.
A Dundee drugs worker has warned that a highly potent opiate which is up to 100 times as strong as heroin could lead to overdoses in the city.
More drug users over the age of 35 die in Dundee than in any other part of Scotland.
They were the dubbed the “new heroin” that claimed the lives of the addicted and brought chaos to our communities.
Tougher sentences are to be imposed on those dealing a drug used in fake Valium linked to a series of deaths in Dundee.
The inspirational Dundee teenager whose open letter to her drug addict parents made headlines around the world is set to use her experiences to reach out to other city families.
A Dundee man has made a desperate plea to others to stay away from drugs, as he described how he has “lost 20 years of his life” through addiction.
The number of methadone prescriptions dished out in Tayside has dropped for the second year running, according to new figures.
Addiction support group Addaction Dundee held a “loud and proud” night of music and poetry for recovering service users.
Addiction support group Addaction Dundee is holding a family recovery “dryve night” on Thursday February 23.
Support service Addaction is looking for volunteers to help build a remembrance garden.
Dundee is being flooded with potentially lethal fake Valium pills which are “going for pennies”, a drugs expert has warned.
A Dundee charity is aiming to set up a family support group for people impacted by drug users.
Addicts seeking help with drug and alcohol problems in Dundee are having to wait longer for treatment than most others in Scotland.
Fake tablets designed to look like Valium are putting people’s lives at risk in Dundee, a leading charity worker said today.
A PROPOSED support centre for people with drug and alcohol issues would offer benefits for the whole community, it’s been claimed.
Calls have been made to look into creating a safe drug injecting facility in Dundee to tackle overdoses, HIV and the problem of discarded needles in the city.