20180827_113147 R+B JPGPIP PAC is a safer chemsex pack, innovated and made by gay men, for gay men and bi men and men who have sex with men (MSM). Uniquely, contents are colour coded to reduce sharing.

We would love to give away the packs for free but PIP PAC is not subsidised or receives government funding so are costed to give the best value possible.

Click here to purchase PIP PAC 3.0.

Packs can be bought online for delivery anywhere in the UK with FREE P&P (Ireland and other EU Countries for £1.00 P&P). Discretely packaged and posted 1st class, packs fit through standard letterboxes. Purchase on-line today, and there’s a good chance you’ll get yours tomorrow. We would love give them away for free but there is no funding for this, that we can find.

Rest in peace PIP PAC 2.0

Please note: after 5 years service, PIP PAC 2.0 was phased out in November 2018 (the only difference being PIP PAC 2.0 did not include a sharps box).

Chemsex and recreational drug use chemsex support

Click the link for chemsex and recreational drug use support at MENRUS.CO.UK

Large/ bulk/ procurement orders and tailored packs

The online shop only sells single or twin packs. Use the contact form or call for larger/ bulk orders or the chemsex booklet which can be purchased separately. Orders can be tailored with slips with details of local services, and pack labels can include the name of your organisation.

Pack updates and changes

  • January 2019: Bust Card: Your Rights on Arrest (A7 booklet) added
  • December 2018: Plastic mailer bags replaced with paper envelopes
  • November 2018: PIP PAC 2.0 phased out
  • October 2018: Chemsex booklet 5th edition (A5 booklet) printed
  • May 2018: Plastics straws replaced with paper straws
  • October: 2017: Chemsex booklet 4th edition printed
  • August 2017:‘G’ tracker,ID wristbands, and mint sweets added

Developing PIP PAC

We funded and piloted 500 packs ourselves in 2014 and have gone on to make 1000s to date. Some of those involved in their development have direct knowledge and experience of drug use, addiction, withdrawal, and recovery. We also work with LGBT+, drugs, and sexual health services across the UK. Feedback remains very positive and we will continue to make more while the need is there.