Criminal law and health consequences

In addition to the possible criminal consequences of consuming illegal drugs, there is also a considerable risk of suffering short-term or long-term health consequences, which can lead to irreparable mental and physical illness or even death.

Dependency potential

The addictive potential of consuming illegal substances is very high - depending on the substance - and can develop into an addiction even after initial use.


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Addiction counseling is generally free of charge and can also be anonymous if you wish. The counselor will discuss your concerns with you and listen to your problems and worries. You will then decide together what further steps to take. Counseling sessions, whether in person, by email or via chat, always remain confidential.

You can register at the selected advice center under "Login". If you book an appointment or send an email inquiry, you can also register there. Of course, this login is also anonymous if you wish, as you only need to create a user name and password to register.

The addiction counseling centers can be reached by telephone during business hours.

If you need help outside these hours, please contact the nationwide Addiction & Drugs Hotline (phone: 01806 313031).

If you have difficulties, try reloading the page. If you still have problems, it is best to contact the advice center by e-mail or telephone so that an appointment can still take place.

In principle, counseling is open to everyone. Regardless of whether you are affected or a relative.