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.
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School-based program to increase personality-specific coping skills in high-risk teenagers.
For school staff, parents and others interested in understanding the effect of drugs on developing brain.
This webinar focuses on the relationship between social media and alcohol use, and how parents can protect their teen.
Online tool that provides assessment and personalised feedback about patterns of use and risk.
Cannabis can affect the body and mind. Learn about the different immediate and long-term effects of using cannabis.
Understand the legal consequences of drug use.
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?
Students explore why people do/don't use drugs.
Learn about the effects and risks of inhalants: substances that are sniffed or breathed in through the nose or mouth.
Learn how to be assertive, deal with pressure from friends and make your own decisions about alcohol and drugs.
Heard about Ice but not sure what it is? Get the facts on Ice and other forms of methamphetamine & their effects.
Learn about the effects & risks of polydrug use: Mixing drugs or taking one drug when under the influence of another.
Unsure how to approach the subject of drug and alcohol use? Read our guide to effective communication.
This webinar provides information about mental health and substance use disorders among young Australians.
This webinar provides information for parents about teenage parties and alcohol use
Get the basic facts about illegal drugs, classification of different types of drugs, and how they affect the body.
This four-part factsheet explores the complex reasons why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people use drugs.
This factsheet follows on from Part 1 of 'Why do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people use drugs?'
This factsheet follows on from Part 2 of 'Why do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people use drugs?'
This factsheet follows on from Part 3 of 'Why do Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people use drugs?'
Explore some of the reasons and how to respond.
Liam, a promising swimmer, is pressured to smoke.