A Quick Guide to drugs and alcohol. This easy-to-read book includes information on a range of drugs, drug effects, drugs and driving, pregnancy, treatment, statistics, drugs and the law and where to go for help and further information.
Aboriginal drug and alcohol resources. A range of drug and alcohol information resources for Indigenous parents and young people – developed in consultation with the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Network (ADAN).
Alcohol Awareness Kit. A resource to help staff talk about alcohol with their clients. It includes information about harms, recommended drinking limits, and tips on how to change drinking.
Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre. The Centre’s mission is to contribute to improving the health of Australia's Indigenous peoples and assist in ‘closing the gap’ by providing the evidence base to help reduce the harmful use of alcohol and other drugs.
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet. An innovative Internet resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Indigenous health by making research and other knowledge readily accessible.
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Closing the Gap Clearinghouse. A clearinghouse for research and evaluation evidence on what works to overcome Indigenous disadvantage.
Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Tobacco Control. Aims to aid the growth in knowledge and control in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities through projects that focus on information sharing, networking, training and resource development.
Handbook for Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Work. A practical tool for Aboriginal health professionals to use in their everyday work with clients. This book can help build on skills and knowledge.
NCETA: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction. Workforce development resources for Aboriginal health workers including:
Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly Resource Kit. This kit aims to reduce stress and burnout, and enhance wellbeing amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander alcohol and other drug workers.
Pregnancy health ‘Stay Strong and Healthy – It’s Worth It’. A facebook page with information for Aboriginal pregnant women and their partners and families of the risks of drug and alcohol consumption during pregnancy with regular posts of health information on pregnancy and having a young baby, a service directory and healthy recipes from Tharawal’s Koori Community Kitchen.