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Drink and drug spiking help and information

What to do if you think you have been spiked?

If you suspect your drink has been spiked, or that of a friend, you should report it immediately.  Tell someone working in the bar you are in, then report it to the police.  You should stay with a trusted friend and never leave someone alone if you think they've been spiked.

Your local student’s union will have advice and support on their website.

Spiking UK


Safety information

We all know someone who has had their drink spiked. Thankfully, most cases of spiking don’t end tragically… but they can. Rape, robbery or even death are all reported outcomes, so the consequences can be utterly devastating.  We exist to highlight the dangers of spiking, and offer effective and practical solutions to keep you and your friends safe in pubs, clubs, house parties, festivals and beyond.


Freephone:   0300 123 6600


Spiking - Top tips to stay safe

Ring FRANK anytime and speak to a friendly adviser who's professionally trained to give you straight up, unbiased information about drugs and alcohol.  It’s totally confidential – we won't ask for your name or repeat your conversation with others.

Drink Aware


Drinkaware - Drink spiking and date rape drugs

We offer information and advice to help people decide which practical changes are right for them and give tips and advice to form new habits and make those changes stick. And because we want people to be protected from alcohol harm, we take what we’ve learned about helping people cut back and use the evidence to promote a world where it’s easier to drink less.

Rape Crisis 

Helpline:  0808 500 2222 


Live chat helpline

What is spiking

National Organisation offering support and counselling for those affected by rape and sexual abuse. 

See website for local groups or contact directory enquiries.

The Mix

Helpline:  0808 808 4994


Drink spiking


Life’s tough, we know that.  It can throw a lot your way and make it hard to know what the hell to do with it all.  Whether you’re 13, 25, or any age in between, we’re here to take on the embarrassing problems, weird questions, and please-don’t-make-me-say-it-out-loud thoughts you have. We give you the information and support you need to deal with it all.   We’re a free and confidential multi-channel service. That means that you choose how you access our support, without the worry of anyone else finding out.  Whether it be through our articles and video content online or our phoneemailpeer to peer and counselling services – we put the control in your hands. 

Victim Support

Support Line:  08 08 16 89 111

Live Chat


If you need support after crime, you can chat to one of our trained supporters. Live chat is a free service available for people affected by crime in England and Wales, 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

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