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Below you will find a list of useful drug education resources. You can filter these according to your needs using the filters on the left hand side. See Getting Started for more information about how to use this site.

By default results that have the highest evidence rating, and are Australia-based, are displayed first.

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Cartoon of hands

Nhakenhe anteme unte irreme tyerrtye ngkwarle atheke-ketye uthene, drugs irrperre-ketye, ngenhe itne apeke ah - Arrernte

How do you protect yourself if someone using alcohol or drugs becomes violent or aggressive?

Cartoon icon of hands

Nyarrpa jarrimi kapunpa kajingki yinya yapa kulu jarrimi drugs jangka? - Warlpiri

Nyarrpa jarrimi kapunpa kajingki yinya yapa kulu jarrimi drugs jangka? - Warlpiri

Key messages

Mythbusters: Anwerne angkerre-tyeke urrkaye ngkwarle uthenhe drugs uthene-arlke - Arrernte

Mythbusters: Anwerne angkerre-tyeke urrkaye ngkwarle uthenhe drugs uthene-arlke.

Key Messages

Mythbusters; Wangkamirlipa pama manu drugs kirli - Warlpiri

Mythbusters: Let's have a yarn about alcohol and drugs - Warlpiri

Photo of family having a BBQ

Wiri mani yangka kanpa kurdu nyuntu nyangu; family yangka mapirri - Warlpiri

Raising your kids strong: deadly activities to do together

Aboriginal artwork orange icon on blue background

Wiskain ol Aboriginal ane Torres Strait Ailan pamle e ken luk apta ol teenaze piknini ane kipi dempla saip prom ol alcohol ane drugs - Creole

How families can protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teenagers against drug related harms

Year: Foundation Year, Year 1–2, Year 3–4, Year 5–6, Year 7–8, Year 9–10, Year 11–12
Aboriginal artwork with student and parent icons

Nyarrparlu yungulu jana warra warra kanyi Aboriginal manu Torres Strait Islander patuju pama manu drugs kijaku - Warlpiri

How families of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people can positively influence their teenagers choices.

Aboriginal artworks orange icons on blue backgroun

Nhakenhe ame Aboriginal ane Torres Strait arenye teenager-ke utheneke artweye mapele drug arntarne-aretyenhe irrperre arne akurne areye-ketyenge?

How families can protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teenagers against drug related harms. - Arrernte

Pink and purple image about connection

Yumpla go yan abaut elpe pren or pamle memba uda gad drug ane alcohol problem - Torres Strait Islander Creole

Yumpla go yan abaut elpe pren or pamle memba uda gad drug ane alcohol problem - Torres Strait Islander Creole

Year: Year 7–8, Year 9–10, Year 11–12
Pink and purple image about connection

Anwerne angkerre-tyeke urrkaye, atyne anwernekenhe uthene atyewe uthenhe-ke, drug problem akerte-ke - Arrernte

Anwerne angkerre-tyeke urrkaye, atyne anwernekenhe uthene atyewe uthenhe-ke, drug problem akerte-ke - Arrernte

Year: Year 7–8, Year 9–10, Year 11–12
Pink and purple image about connection

Wangkamirli,pa help-pi maninjaku family,ki manu warlalja,ku kuja kalu nyina drugs jangka - Warlpiri

Wangkamirli,pa help-pi maninjaku family,ki manu warlalja,ku kuja kalu nyina drugs jangka - Warlpiri

Year: Year 7–8, Year 9–10, Year 11–12
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