Know When To Say When
The NSW Ministry of Health alcohol education campaign – Know when to say when – looks at the difference between having a good time with a few drinks and how that can change if too much alcohol is consumed. For more information go to www.whentosaywhen.com.au.
What Are You Doing To Yourself?
A responsible drinking campaign tackling binge drinking and anti-social behaviour among teenagers and young adults.
For more information go to www.whatareyoudoingtoyourself.com.
Stay strong and healthy pregnancy campaign
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.
Go to www.facebook.com/StayStrongAndHealthy for health information on pregnancy and looking after a new bub, drugs and alcohol and coping with feeling down. You can also find a local Aboriginal maternal and infant service on the interactive map and healthy Koori recipes.
Cannabis can leave you permanently out of it
The Cannabis can leave you permanently out of it campaign aims to increase awareness of the impact of frequent cannabis use on lifestyle, such as isolation from friends and family and the limiting of potential in such things as employment and/or education.
Don’t let drugs use you
This campaign aims to reduce the harms associated with illicit drug use in night club type settings, specifically in emergency and overdose situations.