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The Drug information at your Library project provides alcohol and other drug information to communities through public libraries across NSW and at public events.
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.
Music festivals are the highlight of the calendar. Make sure it's a safe experience for you and your mates. Know the warning signs and what to do in an emergency.
Adolescence and emerging adulthood are periods of significant brain growth and development. The Respect Your Brain animated video series explores how alcohol, cannabis and MDMA affect a developing brain.
This campaign and vaping toolkit aims to raise awareness of the health risks of vaping in young people aged 14 to 17 years.
A joint initiative by NSW Health and St Vincent's Alcohol and Drug Information Service.
NSW Health acknowledges the people of the many traditional countries and language groups of New South Wales. It acknowledges the wisdom of Elders past and present, and pays respect to all Aboriginal communities of today.We wish to advise that this website may contain names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased. It may also contain links to sites that may use images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.