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A database of evidence-based alcohol and drug education resources.

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Cannabis Yarns

Stories about the impact of cannabis on Aboriginal communities and culture.

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Grog Brain Story

Student version: See how alcohol affects different parts of the brain and what can happen if someone drinks too much.

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

When people use drugs, sometimes they can become violent. Read this factsheet for some ways you can protect yourself.

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Let’s yarn about helping a friend or family member who has a drug problem (3 part series)

It can be hard to know what to do when someone you love is using drugs. Read this three part series for what you can do.

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

You hear a lot of talk about alcohol and drugs, but how much of it is true? Read this factsheet to find out!

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Not Our Way

The Not Our Way Storybook follows a group of teenagers through their experiences with misusing prescription drugs.

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Sniffing Story

Follow four friends who experiment with petrol sniffing, and how having a yarn with the sniffing nurse can help.

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Think Smart

Student version: Think Smart is an Indigenous Australian hip-hop video about alcohol and how it affects communities.

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