Over 4,000 Scottish Teens Treated for Alcohol, Drug Abuse in Past Four Years

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(Christian Institute) Thousands of Scottish teenagers have been treated for drink or drug related abuse, new figures have revealed.

Figures obtained by STV News found that more than 4,000 teens required care or were referred to substance abuse services during the past four years.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde reported the highest number of cases with 713. The NHS Lothian area had the second highest total with 607 cases.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Scotland needs Jesus. Western children are lost because the society conceals Christian teachings from them. Europe has goodness and might and glory only because of Christianity. It’s time for the Western Europe to repent and return to the God of Israel, before more children become lost. The gravest crisis in the West is the internal loss of Christianity and nothing of foreign elements or money. Children are happy when there are godly real parents.

  • Robert

    After reading the whole article the deaths were due to drugs. And at least the article to (me) , seem to indicate drugs is more of a problem than the drinking.