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Spiking is never the victims fault. However, there are things you can do to keep yourself safe and to look out for others when you are out or socialising.

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Crew Scotland

Crew Scotland reduces harm and stigma associated with stimulant drug and alcohol use by providing a range of services for young people, their families, friends and communities.

Rape Crisis Scotland

Support for anyone affected by sexual violence.

Turn to SARCS

The NHS Scotland sexual assault self-referral phone service can help to arrange care for you in the days following a rape or sexual assault.

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Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline

Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline supports anyone with experience of domestic abuse or forced marriage, as well as their family members, friends, colleagues, and professionals who support them.

Scottish womens rights
Scottish Women's Rights Centre

Free and confidential legal information affected by gender based violence such as domestic abuse.

Spike Aware UK
Spike Aware UK

Spike Aware UK are a Scottish based, registered charity and support network for victims of drink and needle spiking. They organise, cooperate, support and campaign locally and nationally to spread awareness.

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Victim Support Scotland

Victim Support Scotland provides information, practical help, emotional support and guidance through the criminal justice system. They run a webchat service on their website which from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday and 9am –to 1pm on Saturday.


Many Universities have policies and procedures in place to protect their students and to ensure they know what to do if they have been spiked or witnessed spiking.