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Advocacy

About ADF > Advocacy

Advocacy We influence change in policy and systems Supported by the latest evidence, we advocate for change in policy and practice within government, society and business. This includes reducing the misinformation and stigma about alcohol…

Safe partying tips for school leavers

Safe partying > Safe partying tips for school leavers

Safe partying tips for school leavers In the lead up to ‘schoolies’ or ‘leavers’ events, it’s a good idea to talk with your child about alcohol and drugs. You can discuss some of the tips…

Harm reduction strategies

Staying safe at events > Harm reduction strategies

Harm reduction strategies Harm reduction strategies at music events are numerous and diverse. They range from the provision of water stations and free water bottles at events, to providing ‘pass outs’ or chill out and…

Alcohol harms

Module 1: Why it matters > Alcohol harms

Alcohol costs and harms Communities regularly see first-hand some of the harms that alcohol causes in their local area, but counting the visible harms only scratches the surface. There are more hidden harms and costs…

Naloxone – a harm reduction strategy

Real-Time Prescription Monitoring > Naloxone – a harm reduction strategy

Naloxone – a harm reduction strategy Naloxone is a drug that can temporarily reverse opioid overdose. It works by blocking opioids from attaching to opioid receptors in the brain. Naloxone is effective in reversing overdose…

Reduction of Harm Award nomination form

Programs > Reduction of Harm Award nomination form

Reduction of Harm Award nomination The Reduction of Harm category recognises individuals, organisations, programs, policies and/or resources that have made a significant contribution to harm reduction efforts.

NT community group reduces sniffing harms

Case studies > NT community group reduces sniffing harms

NT community group reduces sniffing harms Education workshops and camps succeed in lowering inhalant use among Darwin youth. The AOD Indigenous Communities Project run by Amity Community Services has led to a marked decrease in…

Want to reduce the harms of alcohol and other drugs? There’s an app for that.

Best practice & resources > Want to reduce the harms of alcohol and other drugs? There’s an app for that.

Want to reduce the harms of alcohol and other drugs? There’s an app for that. There are lots of apps out there, and not all were created equal! Thankfully the team at the ADF has…

Media

About ADF > Media

Media The Alcohol and Drug Foundation’s media team is readily available to help journalists with their media enquiries, with a range of spokespeople available to share their expertise on different alcohol and other drug-related issues.…

Media archive

Media > Media archive

Media archive The Alcohol and Drug Foundation’s media team is readily available to help journalists with their media enquiries, with a range of spokespeople available to share their expertise on different alcohol and other drug-related…

Publications

Resources > Publications

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Publications

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2017 National AOD Awards

Programs > 2017 National AOD Awards

2017 Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence and Innovation Awards

What works?

Why primary prevention? > What works?

What works?

Substance use at events

Staying safe at events > Substance use at events

Characteristics of substance use at music events Illicit drug use The types of substance consumed, and the way in which they are taken at music events and festivals, also carry risks. Drugs such as ecstasy…

Future strategies

Staying safe at events > Future strategies

Future strategies Pill testing Pill testing is becoming increasingly common at music festivals and events around the world, and pill testing organisations and not-for-profits currently provide services throughout Europe, the U.S and Canada.

Staying safe at events

Alcohol and drug use > Staying safe at events

Staying safe at events The principles of harm reduction accept that no matter the rigour of messaging around the individual risks and dangers of substance use, there will always be people who take or experiment…

Preventing alcohol and drug problems through schools

Best practice & resources > Preventing alcohol and drug problems through schools

Preventing alcohol and drug problems through schools Schools can play a key role in preventing alcohol and drug problems. Learn how parents and the wider communities can help them. Alcohol and drug (AOD) education in…

Alcohol and drug use

Alcohol and drug use

What is a drug? A drug is any substance that, when taken or administered into the body has a physiological effect. A psychoactive or psychotropic drug affects mental processes and can influence mood, behavior, cognition…

2017 National AOD Award Winners

2017 National AOD Awards > 2017 National AOD Award Winners

2017 Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence and Innovation Award Winners

Talking about alcohol and drugs

Teenagers > Talking about alcohol and drugs

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Running a regular event for young people

Best practice & resources > Running a regular event for young people

Running a regular event for young people Young people don’t turn to alcohol and other drugs (AOD) because they want to develop problems. They are often bored and may want to connect with their peers.…

Treatment

Supporting a loved one > Treatment

Treatment Deciding to seek treatment for alcohol and other drugs is a big step, and it can feel overwhelming for someone who already has a lot happening in their life. We take you through the…

Thinking about distributing safer partying information?

Best practice & resources > Thinking about distributing safer partying information?

Thinking about distributing safer partying information? We’ve collected pamphlets, websites and apps full of shareable tips and tricks as well as the steps to make distributing them effective.  There is a range of people you…

Engaging stakeholders

Module 2: Being proactive > Engaging stakeholders

Stakeholders Your local council One of the roles of your local government is to improve the health and well-being of the community, which includes preventing harm from alcohol and other drugs. Planning for the ‘built…

Gathering data

Module 2: Being proactive > Gathering data

Gathering data Creating a profile of your community and keeping it up to date can save you a lot of stress when an application comes up, because you’ll already have the relevant data at hand…

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Liverpool forum

Best practice & resources > Liverpool forum

Preventing alcohol-related harm: What’s changed? Written by Peter Whitecross The ‘Preventing Alcohol-Related Harm: What’s Changed?’ forum held at the Miller Community Center Friday March 23 brought together more than 60 local service providers from the…

The evidence

Module 1: Why it matters > The evidence

The evidence The evidence provided on this page can help you argue the case that alcohol availability should be carefully regulated in your community. Kypros Kypri lays out the academic evidence in support of regulating…

Why primary prevention?

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > Why primary prevention?

Starting early – a focus on primary prevention

Programs

Programs

Our Programs We design and deliver a range of community programs, services and resources targeted at preventing and minimising alcohol and other drug-related harm. We know that healthy and resilient communities are the best way…

Using volunteers to make your initiative a success

Best practice & resources > Using volunteers to make your initiative a success

Using volunteers to make your initiative a success Using volunteers to help with your initiatives can be cost-effective and a good way to involve other people from your community. Volunteers can do anything from helping…

Connecting Diversity

Programs > Connecting Diversity

Connecting Diversity The Connecting Diversity project, funded by VicHealth, will focus on strengthening primary prevention around alcohol and its related harms within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

Our purpose, mission and focus

About ADF > Our purpose, mission and focus

Our Purpose To prevent and minimise the harm caused by alcohol and other drugs in Australia. Each year in Australia: 5,500 people die from alcohol related injuries, illness and accidents. 157,000 people are hospitalised due…

2019 AOD Awards

Programs > 2019 AOD Awards

2019 National Alcohol and Other Drugs Excellence and Innovation Awards The National Alcohol and Other Drugs Excellence and Innovation Awards encourage, recognise and celebrate the achievements of the incredible people and organisations that do exceptional…

Local Drug Action Teams

Programs > Local Drug Action Teams

Local Drug Action Team Program The Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) Program supports communities to work together to prevent and reduce the harmful effects of alcohol and other drug (AOD) harm.

Changing the drinking culture at major events

Best practice & resources > Changing the drinking culture at major events

Changing the drinking culture at major events Some big events, such as festivals, race days, sport competitions or large workplace parties, can become more about drinking than anything else. But you can shift the culture…

Supporting youth music in Byron Bay

Case studies > Supporting youth music in Byron Bay

Supporting youth music in Byron Bay

Reconciliation action plan

About ADF > Reconciliation action plan

Reconciliation Action Plan Alcohol and other drug related harms occur across Australian society, but we know that many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples experience a high level of these harms as a consequence of…

Making a comment

Module 3: Development applications > Making a comment

Making a comment

Prevention

About ADF > Prevention

Primary Prevention

2018 CDAT Conference Q&A

2018 CDAT Conference > 2018 CDAT Conference Q&A

2018 CDAT Conference Q&A

Careers

About ADF > Careers

Careers Established in 1959, the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) is a leader in preventive health in Australia with a long history of making significant contributions to state, national and international policy relating to alcohol and…

Lobbying for change through the media

Best practice & resources > Lobbying for change through the media

Lobbying for change through the media Advocacy has played a key role in tobacco law reform. Communities can play an important role in continuing to send governments a message on the need for more change…

Our philosophy

Community > Our philosophy

Our philosophy Alcohol and other drug (AOD) harms are entrenched in our community. They result both from individual lifestyle choices, and how we ‘organise’ our society. While we’re all ultimately responsible for our personal choices…

What is alcohol and drug prevention?

Best practice & resources > What is alcohol and drug prevention?

What is alcohol and drug prevention? There are different types of alcohol and other drug prevention programs and understanding the definitions of them can help you set clear aims for your next community project. The…

Josh Dooner

Star profiles > Josh Dooner

Josh Dooner Congratulations to Gumbaynggirr Youth CDAT committee member Josh Dooner, who has been shortlisted for the NADA Excellence in Health Promotion Award.

Prevention in Practice National Conference

Prevention in Practice National Conference

Prevention in Practice National Conference MCEC: Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre June 24-25, 2019

Module 4: Liquor licensing applications

Toolkit – availability of alcohol > Module 4: Liquor licensing applications

Module 4: Liquor licensing applications Overview After a premises that wants to sell alcohol gets development approval, they then have to apply for a liquor licence.* The application is submitted to the state-wide Liquor and…

SafeScript monitoring

Real-Time Prescription Monitoring > SafeScript monitoring

What SafeScript will monitor

Best practice & resources

CDAT resources > Best practice & resources

Best practice and resources Tackling alcohol and other drug problems in your community can be challenging. But the good news is there are tried and tested ideas and resources that can make it easier. The…

The risks of pharmaceutical use

Alcohol and drug use > The risks of pharmaceutical use

The risks of pharmaceutical use Pharmaceutical drugs such as medicine prescribed by a doctor provide many benefits including increasing our quality of life. Most people use these drugs appropriately, following the guidance provided by their…

2018 CDAT Award Winners

2018 CDAT Conference > 2018 CDAT Award Winners

2018 Community Drug Action Team Award Winners Winners for the 2018 Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) Awards were announced on Monday 12 March at the 2018 CDAT Conference in Newcastle. The CDAT Awards, recognise and…

evaluation-surveys

toolkit-evaluation > evaluation-surveys

Writing surveys Surveys may be one of the first things we consider when we think about evaluation, but they aren’t always as easy to design as they might seem. Below are some examples of the things…

Deciding

Toolkit – availability of alcohol > Deciding

Deciding: Should you take action? Deciding whether to lodge an objection to a liquor licencing proposal is challenging, and CDATs will need to make a careful choice about when they take action. When considering lodging…

February CDAT Chair Network Meeting

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > February CDAT Chair Network Meeting

...at the community level. CDATs don’t have the resources to respond to all proposals so we need to select proposals that are most likely to cause harm. We are finalising...

CDAT conference wrap-up

Best practice & resources > CDAT conference wrap-up

The big conference wrap-up Across two days in November 2016, representatives from over 70 CDATs came together to share ideas and insights, celebrate achievements and set goals for the future. Highlights We’re stronger together: CDAT attendees were…

Submissions

Module 4: Liquor licensing applications > Submissions

Making your submission Even if you decided to participate in the CIS, you should also make an independent submission on the licence application to the ILGA. Everyone has the right to make an independent submission,…

Parents as role models

Alcohol and young people > Parents as role models

Parents as role models Parents play a significant and powerful role in shaping their child’s beliefs and attitudes about alcohol, through their role-modelling of alcohol-related behaviours.10,13 Watching adults drink frequently and enjoy alcohol is linked to…

Breath testing, BAC, & best practice

Best practice & resources > Breath testing, BAC, & best practice

Breath testing, BAC, & best practice If you’re looking to start a conversation about blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or drink driving at an event, using a breathalyser as a prop can be a tempting option.…

Alcohol and young people

Teenagers > Alcohol and young people

Alcohol and young people

About ADF

About ADF

About the ADF

Keeping school leavers safe

Case studies > Keeping school leavers safe

Keeping school leavers safe ‘Schoolies’ events are often associated with risky drinking among young people. But the Surf Coast Shire community in Victoria has managed to develop a school leavers event that has reduced alcohol-related…

Module 6: More strategies

Toolkit – availability of alcohol > Module 6: More strategies

Module 6: More strategies

Midnight Basketball Australia

Case studies > Midnight Basketball Australia

Midnight Basketball Australia

Other pain and anxiety management methods

Real-Time Prescription Monitoring > Other pain and anxiety management methods

Other pain and anxiety management methods Chronic pain management Ongoing chronic pain is highly complex and requires a multi-pronged approach, possibly including medication, physical therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.13 Medication may be necessary in the…

Stakeholder mapping

Leading community action: getting started > Stakeholder mapping

Stage 2: Stakeholder mapping & research

Tackling the root of alcohol and drug problems

Best practice & resources > Tackling the root of alcohol and drug problems

Tackling the root of alcohol and drug problems Running projects that focus on why people misuse alcohol and drugs, like dysfunctional family relationships, can be more effective than concentrating on the actual alcohol and drug…

Targeting inhalant use head on in Mt Isa

Case studies > Targeting inhalant use head on in Mt Isa

Targeting inhalant use head-on in Mt Isa A holistic approach to inhalant misuse sees intervention, prevention and community engagement reduce inhalant misuse.  Mount Isa Volatile Substance Misuse Service provides support and assistance to young people aged…

Further resources

Tools > Further resources

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Preventing ‘Ice’ use

Preventing ‘Ice’ use

Can we prevent the use of Crystal Methamphetamine or ‘Ice’? Crystal methamphetamine (or ‘Ice’) generates a lot of media attention. This is because it can lead to people having psychotic episodes, behaving in bizarre and…

CDAT news

Information & inspiration > CDAT news

CDAT news 2018 grant funding has wrapped up Over the coming year, we’ll be sharing the CDAT projects that have just been funded across New South Wales. First up is Lachlan CDAT, who welcomed extra…

Real-Time Prescription Monitoring

The risks of pharmaceutical use > Real-Time Prescription Monitoring

Pharmaceutical drugs & real-time prescription monitoring What is Real-Time Prescription Monitoring? Real-Time Prescription Monitoring enables prescribing doctors and dispensing pharmacists to access accurate information regarding a patient’s medication history with respect to specific high-risk drugs.…

Teenagers

Alcohol and drug use > Teenagers

Teenagers Many parents are concerned about alcohol as well as other drugs as their children grow up, and for good reason. Young people are at greater risk of alcohol-related harm than adults. Relatively recent research…

Who to get onside

A case for change > Who to get onside

Who to get on side The research tells us that one initiative on its own is unlikely to create change. However, a number of programs that complement each other have a good chance of actually…

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors New research from New Zealand highlights the potential for primary prevention strategies to minimise ‘harm’ by targeting ‘high-cost’ groups from a very young age. As we…

Supporting a loved one

Alcohol and drug use > Supporting a loved one

Supporting a loved one If someone in your family is using drugs, it can cause an immense amount of stress and conflict. It’s completely normal to feel helpless, frustrated, worried and upset. The person taking…

Alison Jaworski

Star profiles > Alison Jaworski

Alison Jaworski Alison Jaworski is a project officer with the Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre (DAMEC). DAMEC’s mission is to reduce harms related to alcohol and other drugs (AOD) in culturally and linguistically diverse…

Identifying drug use

Teenagers > Identifying drug use

Identifying drug use Adolescence can be a tough time for parents. Your child is changing a lot and you may not feel as close to them as you used to. You might be worried that…

Drug information line

Resources > Drug information line

DrugInfo DrugInfo is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone and email information and referral service for anyone seeking help for their own or another person’s alcohol or drug use. DrugInfo also provides alcohol and drug professionals a…

First Australians Award nomination form

Programs > First Australians Award nomination form

First Australians Award nomination form The First Australians Award recognises an individual, organisation, program or community that has made a significant and/or meaningful commitment and contribution to preventing and/or minimising alcohol and other drug related…

Get involved

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > Get involved

Get involved It’s easy to feel helpless when we hear about all the alcohol and other drug problems facing our society. But the good news is that every community member has a real opportunity to…

Our people

About ADF > Our people

Our Executive Team  

Statistics

A case for change > Statistics

Statistics Building a case for change with solid statistics is an important part of the planning process for your community initiative. The use of statistics will not only add to your program’s success, it will…

Board Member & Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee (ARC)

Board Member & Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee (ARC)

Board Member & Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee (ARC) Applications are being called for a vacancy on the ADF Board, this member will also assume the role of Chair of the Audit &…

CDAT resources

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > CDAT resources

Resources There are heaps of communities out there just like yours coming up with great ideas that can inspire you. Learning from others will not only make things easier as you create your project, it…

Toolkit – Community partnerships

CDAT resources > Toolkit – Community partnerships

Toolkit – Community partnerships What do we mean by ‘partnership’? Partnerships involve a range of parties within a community, working together to achieve similar goals. The partnerships that you create as part of your program…

Case studies

Information & inspiration > Case studies

Case studies The Alcohol and Drug Foundation is here to help community groups learn from each other. After all, the best community projects are often informed by past experience and proven strategies. We hope that…

Influencers

Teenagers > Influencers

Influencers As your child grows up, it’s easy to think that they listen more to their friends and celebrities than you. However, the reality is that you started to influence your child from day one…

Primary Prevention Award nomination form

Programs > Primary Prevention Award nomination form

Primary Prevention Award nomination form This category recognises programs, policies and/or resources that make a significant contribution in preventing drug use and drug-related harm.

Dealing with a bad drug reaction

Supporting a loved one > Dealing with a bad drug reaction

Dealing with a bad reaction to a drug While the majority of people who have issues related to alcohol and other drugs (AOD) will never become aggessive, some do. It’s important to be aware that…

Breaking the ice

Programs > Breaking the ice

Breaking the ice

How to run a forum – Step 4

Breaking the ice – How to run a forum > How to run a forum – Step 4

How to run a forum – Step 4  Engage local experts The ADF, either through its Sydney office staff or the designated SCDO for each region, can help CDATs connect with potential speakers, such as…

Grants

Get involved > Grants

CDAT grants The ADF is very pleased to announce that the 2018 CEAP grants will open in late August! The Core Grant of up to $3500 per CDAT (excl. GST) is there to help CDATs…

CDAT awards

Case studies > CDAT awards

The 2016 CDAT Awards  

Community

Community

Community

Alcohol Awareness Resources

Connecting Diversity > Alcohol Awareness Resources

Alcohol Awareness Resources All Australians need information about the risks that come with drinking alcohol, and how to minimise or prevent them. The Connecting Diversity project developed a series of videos in partnership with multicultural…

Resources

Resources

About Information Services The ADF’s Mission is to prevent and minimise the harm caused by alcohol and other drugs in Australia. Central to this is ensuring communities across the country have timely access to relevant,…

CDAT leadership

Module 1: Why it matters > CDAT leadership

Leadership CDATs are well placed to step up in their local areas and provide some much-needed leadership. You’re already networking with other organisations, forming links with council and police, and consulting with your community members.…

Melanie Suitor

Star profiles > Melanie Suitor

Star profile: Melanie Suitor Her road safety job drives Melanie Suitor’s interest in tackling alcohol and drug-related harms head on. As a Road Safety and Injury Prevention Officer (RSIPO) with Forbes and Lachlan Shire Councils,…

Cigdem Watson

Star profiles > Cigdem Watson

Star profile: Cigdem Watson Growing up in Sydney opened Cigdem Watson’s eyes to the damage caused by alcohol and drug misuse. As chairperson of the Narrabri CDAT since 2009, Ms Watson and her committed team…

John Tucker

Star profiles > John Tucker

Star Profile: John Tucker It may be small, but Tamworth’s CDAT ­­is having a big impact because of people like John Tucker (pictured). John and the other CDAT members are prioritising alcohol and other drug…

Charlie Coorey

Star profiles > Charlie Coorey

Charlie Coorey A born storyteller and performer, Charlie Coorey has learned a few tricks in a lifelong pursuit helping people overcoming alcohol and other drug dependency. Little did he know that a high school teacher’s…

Sporting clubs prove an ideal setting for prevention

Best practice & resources > Sporting clubs prove an ideal setting for prevention

Sporting clubs prove an ideal setting for prevention Research has shown that programs like Good Sports can reduce AOD harm in communities. Learn how sporting clubs have implemented this program to achieve significant results. Do…

Module 1: Why it matters

Toolkit – availability of alcohol > Module 1: Why it matters

Module 1: Why it matters It’s crucial that communities have their voice heard during the decision-making about alcohol availability in their neighbourhoods. However, this can be an intimidating space to work in. It’s time-consuming, the…

Toolkit – availability of alcohol

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > Toolkit – availability of alcohol

Tackling the availability of alcohol  

Tim McLean

Star profiles > Tim McLean

Tim McLean A new sense of belonging, thanks to Taree CDAT Tim McLean, 32, is chairperson of Taree CDAT. As he puts it, he has had ‘multiple lived experiences of mental illness, alcohol and other…

Midnight Basketball

Midnight Basketball

Midnight Basketball Midnight Basketball is a harm-prevention charity that works with community volunteers to organise basketball tournaments, giving kids the option of a fun alcohol and drug-free activity during high-risk periods. By providing local volunteers and…

Worn Out Worn Art

Case studies > Worn Out Worn Art

Worn Out Worn Art

Change the drinking culture

Change the drinking culture

Change the drinking culture in sporting clubs If you’re looking for a proven way to reduce the drinking culture in your community, Good Sports could be the answer for your Local Drug Action Team. Sporting…

Tools

Leading community action: getting started > Tools

Tools to maximise your engagement

Let’s start saving lives

Let’s start saving lives

Let’s start saving lives We, the undersigned, support a trial of a Medically Supervised Injection Centre in Victoria. WE ARE SURE this will save lives – let’s remember: while there’s life, there’s hope. We call…

Medically Supervised Injecting Centres

Medically Supervised Injecting Centres

Medically Supervised Injecting Centres There’s no denying that the proposal for a pilot of a medically supervised injecting centre (MSIC) in North Richmond has caused a lot of healthy debate. There are groups who believe…

CLIMATE Schools

CLIMATE Schools

CLIMATE Schools

Basics

Toolkit – Social media > Basics

The basics If used consistently, social media can prove to be an effective marketing tool for organisations working hard to reduce alcohol and other drug harm (AOD) in their communities.

2018 CDAT Conference

Community Drug Action Teams NSW > 2018 CDAT Conference

2018 CDAT Conference

CDAT value

Toolkit – Volunteers > CDAT value

Demonstrating the value of CDATs Convincing others of the power of prevention and its potential to improve both short and long-term health and wellbeing outcomes for the entire community can be tricky.

Focus groups with Melbourne’s Chin Community

Focus groups with Melbourne’s Chin Community

Focus groups with Melbourne’s Chin Community

Miram Deshayes

Star profiles > Miram Deshayes

Miram Deshayes Miriam joined Youth Solutions as a Health Promotion Officer in 2016. In this position she plays an active role in developing, implementing and evaluating health promotion projects focussing on preventing harm from alcohol…

Recruiting members

Toolkit – Volunteers > Recruiting members

Recruiting members to your CDAT: Creating your message Understanding why people volunteer is the key to tailoring your recruitment strategy. Designing an appealing message  is  about identifying what people want to get out of their…

Module 2 Mentoring

Young people and AOD > Module 2 Mentoring

Mentoring vulnerable young people Mentorship is appropriate for young people who have a high risk of involvement in illicit drug use.1 Mentoring programs aim to develop positive social relationships between young people and adults who…

CDATs social media

Toolkit – Social media > CDATs social media

CDATs using social media Are you using social media to promote your CDAT or run a project? Proud of your CDAT’s FaceBook page? Email laura.bajurny@adf.org.au  and tell us about it!

Drug Education in Schools

Drug Education in Schools

Drug Education in Schools

Pete New

Star profiles > Pete New

Community Members Leading the Way Amy Ehsman, Senior Community Development Officer. One of the many things that I love about my role is the joy of sharing my time with incredible people. Generally, they don’t…

The effects

Alcohol and drug use > The effects

How could drugs affect you? The effects of any drug vary from person to person. How a drug affects a person can depend on their size, weight and health, also whether the person is used…

#seizethesnowys

Case studies > #seizethesnowys

#SeizeTheSnowies Amy Ehsman, Senior Community Development Officer. “The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it…

It’s project planning time!

CDAT news > It’s project planning time!

It’s project planning time!

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