Drug and alcohol info for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander peoples

Drug and alcohol resources and information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples - http://www.druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/indigenous
‘Deadly Choices’ is a campaign which aims to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to make healthy choices for themselves and their families – to stop smoking, to eat good food and exercise daily. @DeadlyChoices

‘Deadly Choices’ is a campaign which aims to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to make healthy choices for themselves and their families – to stop smoking, to eat good food and exercise daily. @DeadlyChoices

Gunja and feelings (mental health) - shows some of the bad feelings that can be triggered by using gunja

Gunja and feelings (mental health) - shows some of the bad feelings that can be triggered by using gunja

Could it be the gunja? Health information resources about #cannabis for Aboriginal people from @NDRIau

Could it be the gunja? Health information resources about #cannabis for Aboriginal people from @NDRIau

Sniffing and the brain - flipchart about inhalant use

Sniffing and the brain - flipchart about inhalant use

Tru Story Cuz is a place for sharing your stories with other young Aboriginal people in NSW. It's the social outcome for Make Art Make Change which supported 3 fresh artists to create work with a responsible health message.

Tru Story Cuz is a place for sharing your stories with other young Aboriginal people in NSW. It's the social outcome for Make Art Make Change which supported 3 fresh artists to create work with a responsible health message.

Staying Strong - Act, Connect, Survive. Young, black & deadly NSW youth have developed songs about staying strong – you mob get involved and show your support to your local youth and community! The Last Kinection & AH&MRC are working with young Aboriginal people across NSW to build resilience around drug use & to raise awareness about blood borne viruses.

Staying Strong - Act, Connect, Survive. Young, black & deadly NSW youth have developed songs about staying strong – you mob get involved and show your support to your local youth and community! The Last Kinection & AH&MRC are working with young Aboriginal people across NSW to build resilience around drug use & to raise awareness about blood borne viruses.

Staying Strong - Act, Connect, Survive - Facebook page. Young, black & deadly NSW youth have developed songs about staying strong – you mob get involved and show your support to your local youth and community! The Last Kinection & AH&MRC are working with young Aboriginal people across NSW to build resilience around drug use & to raise awareness about blood borne viruses.

Staying Strong - Act, Connect, Survive - Facebook page. Young, black & deadly NSW youth have developed songs about staying strong – you mob get involved and show your support to your local youth and community! The Last Kinection & AH&MRC are working with young Aboriginal people across NSW to build resilience around drug use & to raise awareness about blood borne viruses.

Your guide to dealing with teenagers and grog - a guide for parents and their teens about alcohol use produced by NSW Health. Available via drug info @ your library.

Your guide to dealing with teenagers and grog - a guide for parents and their teens about alcohol use produced by NSW Health. Available via drug info @ your library.

Aboriginal resources - a range of posters, booklets and free downloads are available from the Your Room website - NSW Health.

Aboriginal resources - a range of posters, booklets and free downloads are available from the Your Room website - NSW Health.

This campaign for Aboriginal women and their partners and family, aims to raise awareness about drug and alcohol and mental health issues during or following pregnancy and the importance of staying healthy and avoiding alcohol and other drugs at this time. The campaign also promotes the availability of professional services and the role of partners and family in supporting pregnant women and women with young babies.

This campaign for Aboriginal women and their partners and family, aims to raise awareness about drug and alcohol and mental health issues during or following pregnancy and the importance of staying healthy and avoiding alcohol and other drugs at this time. The campaign also promotes the availability of professional services and the role of partners and family in supporting pregnant women and women with young babies.

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