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.
This webinar will focus on reducing the risk of chronic disease by modifying key lifestyle habits during adolescence.
This webinar focuses on the relationship between social media and alcohol use, and how parents can protect their teen.
School-based program to increase personality-specific coping skills in high-risk teenagers.
Curriculum-based drug and alcohol education program.
Combined school-based and family intervention.
Drug information and interpersonal skills training
Fun, arcade-style game to educate students about drug effects and potential harms.
Solve drug-related cases by gathering evidence
Students learn about safe and legal consumption of alcohol for different age groups.
This app contains a 7 minute video and quiz about the effects of alcohol on the brain and body.
Alcohol is the most commonly used drug in Australia. Learn about the effects and risks associated with drinking.
An overview of what works, what's uncertain, and doesn't work, in terms of drug & alcohol prevention in the classroom.
A short animated video about the effects of cannabis on the developing brain.
This video goes through a typical teenage party scenario, exploring the consequences of drinking alcohol.
Heard a term/drug name & not sure what it means?
Teacher version: Aims to provide Indigenous Australians with accessible information about alcohol's effects on the brain
Aims to provide Indigenous Australians with accessible information about cannabis' effects on the brain and behaviour.
Be prepared for the unpredictable nature of drugs: Learn what to look for and how to help in a drug-related emergency.
Foster a positive & protective school environment.
Learn about the effects and risks of inhalants: substances that are sniffed or breathed in through the nose or mouth.
This factsheet provides advice for parents to help keep their teenagers safe when they attend parties or events.