Money to stop drug misuse

18th May 2001 at 01:00
A NEW pound;1 million scheme that aims to involve all sections of society in the battle against drugs misuse launched this week. Young people, ethnic-minority groups, ex-offenders and ex-drug addicts are among those invited to bid for grants of between pound;1,000 and pound;3,500 to und community anti-drugs projects. The DrugScope Millennium Awards scheme is funded by the Millennium Commission and supported by the Mentor Foundation (UK) and the Home Office Drugs Prevention Advisory Service. For more details, visit

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