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  • If you know how to party safely it will help you and your friends stay safe while you’re having a good time.
  • Partying safely can help you avoid drinking too much and engaging in risky behaviour such as drink driving and unprotected sex.
  • If you’re going partying, plan ahead – arrange to stay close to friends you trust, and have a plan for how you’re going to get home.
  • Decide on a drinks limit and stick to it.
  • Take condoms with you if you think you might end up having sex.
  • If you plan to take drugs, make sure someone knows what you’re taking, in case anything goes wrong.
  • Remember that you don’t have to use alcohol or other drugs to have fun.

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Reviewed on: 03-12-2018