The father of Amy Winehouse has warned a generation of children are being put at risk by "woefully underfunded" drug and alcohol education.
Mitch Winehouse said there was a "worrying knowledge gap" about substance misuse among young people as he prepares to join forces with comic Russell Brand to launch a new education programme for schools.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme will initially be rolled out to 50 English secondary schools and will provide a free, confidential phone and online service for young people, supported by Childline.
Singer Amy died in July 2011 from accidental alcohol poisoning at 27 years old.
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