Drug and Alcohol Information
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A database of evidence-based alcohol and drug education resources.
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Curriculum-based online program featuring an engaging cartoon-based drama.
Year: Year 9–10
Get accurate, up-to-date information about Benzodiazepine medications, including risks, effects and appropriate use.
How much caffeine is safe? Learn about the immediate and long-term risks of heavy caffeine and energy drink consumption.
Understand the legal consequences of drug use.
Many ‘new’ drugs have arrived on the market. Learn about New and Emerging Drugs, or "legal highs", and their effects.
Heard a term/drug name & not sure what it means?
Heroin is a highly addictive opiate. Learn about the short and long term effects and risks associated with its use.
Learn how to be assertive, deal with pressure from friends and make your own decisions about alcohol and drugs.
Information about what medicinal cannabis is and what the evidence says about its use for specific medical conditions.
Heard about Ice but not sure what it is? Get the facts on Ice and other forms of methamphetamine & their effects.
This factsheet explores common myths about drugs and provides research based facts & statistics. Some may surprise you.
Learn about the varied short and long-term effects of taking MDMA/Ecstasy, and the risks involved with its consumption.
Get accurate, up-to-date information about Performance and Image Enhancing Drugs, including risks and effects.
This webinar will focus on reducing the risk of chronic disease by modifying key lifestyle habits during adolescence.
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Guide to evidence-based drug and alcohol education.
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.
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