Are you looking for information to hand out to students, participants or service users?
DEN can assist you with locating appropriate resources for your needs:
Are you looking for information about something specific? DEN can help you find the information and resources you need.
Members of the community can request an information pack to be delivered straight to their letterbox, free of charge. Our Information Pack service is confidential, and as discreet as you need it to be.
We only collect information that will help us provide better services to the Tasmanian community. None of our data can be used to identify you.
We will put together a pack of information just for you, and mail or email it according to any privacy preferences you might have. (For example, we can easily omit or replace our organisation name in the return address.) Just contact us via email or with the form below and tell us what you’re looking for!
Looking to do some research on your own? Everybodys.Business is a signposting portal to the best alcohol and other drug information we can find.
Mocktails + Mastery is a book of non-alcoholic drink recipes with a sprinkle of related knowledge. Full to the brim with recipes for mocktails, this book examines drinking culture, how alcohol works in the body, and much more. Mocktails + Mastery is full of practical tips for feeling good and making delicious beverages.
Looking for a hard copy? Printed books are coming soon! Talk to us to reserve your copy.
Practitioners tasked with carrying out brief interventions and motivational interviews can use this brief intervention kit to aid in their practice.
Possibilities is a set of cards to provide guidance and structure to brief interventions. The cards can assist in examining affirmations and offering reflection and summary in a structured and respectful manner.
You can read more about the Possibilities on our Project page.
The FASD Handbook provides health and alcohol and other drug workers with clear guidelines when working in a prevention framework. The guidelines in this resource emphasise Women Centred Practice – which avoids blaming, stigmatisation and judgement of women who have complex needs and may be experiencing complex trauma.
This handbook is free to view online and hard copies are free for practitioners.
To request a hard copy of this resource, email email@example.com
A collection of 16 interactive posters for curious minds. Each poster shows four or six illustrated substances, each with a QR code to harm-minimisation or general information. The bottom of the poster provides a QR code and link to www.everybodys.business for more information, and phone numbers for three helplines for people who cannot scan the codes.
These wallet-size, double sided cards provide helpful and easy to understand information on what to do if you suspect a person has overdosed. Includes tips for reducing the risk of overdose and lists local helplines.
A full colour 6-panel booklet with activity insert. Adapted and reprinted from the original FADE (www.fade.org.nz) resource. Ideal for younger audiences.
A series of informative postcards designed as part of the Smoke Free Generation campaign:
The Vending Machine is a complete printable activity for teachers. Students fill in blank drink cans with messages, images, or nutritional information, and display them on a ready-made vending machine background. Simply print the entire kit on A4 or A3 paper, assemble the background, and let your students do the rest. This activity can be used for discussions about advertising, nutrition, energy drinks or alcohol, and more.
This set of ethics guidelines has been developed to assist individuals, organisations, community and sporting groups, schools and colleges with the process of developing video footage to form part of the Drug Education Network’s (DEN) Promotion, Prevention and Early Intervention (PPEI) Champion’s Project.
You can read more about the Champion’s Project on our Project Page.
Download the all-in-one PDF below or read the document as a flipbook. You can find separate files on the Projects Page.
A scoping study on the prevalence, patterns, and attitudes of drug and alcohol use in Tasmanian community sporting clubs.
An interactive poster featuring 28 substances. Viewers can scan the QR codes to learn more about each substance.
Methamphetamines and Your Teeth is a wallet-sized card designed to help prevent the harm of methamphetamine (ice) use on oral health. The card was designed with input from Oral Health Services Tas to be an appropriate and discreet resource for dentists to offer to patients.
Free at Last! is a guide book for quitting or reducing tobacco intake. It provides readers with the information, knowledge and skills to assist them in first making the decision to quit or reduce smoking, and then to implement their goals.
Free at Last was originally designed as part of a facilitated group session however the information inside is accessible to readers looking to learn more in their own time.
Alcohol and other Drug use can have an impact on your work. This video explains the basics of different drug types, and what you need to keep in mind to stay safe at your workplace.
Booklet designed to assist with safer drinking throughout life. Features helpful information about Standard Drinks, Body Metabolism, Medication Interaction and more. Use the printable Drink & Health Diary to investigate impacts of alcohol use.
You can request up to 10 hard copies of this resource free of charge.
The Party Rules resource was developed to inform parents and young people about the legislation regarding holding functions and parties with alcohol, for those under 18 years of age.
Use the Printable checklist to plan your own party!
The Rough Guide to Standard Drinks is an interactive brief intervention tool to promote change talk. Use the Rough Guide to calculate how many standard drinks are in a serving, and to help sum up how many standard drinks have been ingested on a particular day.
This recipe card features three delicious mocktails that are perfect for solo enjoyment or gatherings for all ages.
An extensive four page brochure exploring why viewing Alcohol and Other Drug problems through a gendered lens is important, and detailing some of the issues facing Women in this space.
A four page brochure discussing what Pedagogy is, and what a successful pedagogical approach in a classroom looks like.
An extensive six-page brochure discussing what Prevention is, why prevention is important, and how to take action.
An extensive four page brochure explaining what an Overdose is, how to avoid and treat an overdose, and a list of drugs and their overdose symptoms.
A two page brochure outlining a Tasmanian initiative to help teachers and schools deal with the issue of students and smoking and tobacco addiction.
Designed by the Drug Education Network, and based off the work of David Nutt, these cards are a complete discussion tool, perfect for analysing and reasoning skills around alcohol and drug use and their impact on individuals, families, communities, and the entire global community. Includes 11 context cards, 5 setup cards and 28 drug cards.
You can use this tool online, on your PC, Tablet or Smartboard!
The Drug Education Network (DEN) Value Cards are designed for individuals, families, teachers, students, counsellors, case workers, youth workers, coordinators, HR staff, consultants, and organisations as a tool to view personal and professional values, attitudes and beliefs.
The Value Cards provide time to reflect, set new goals, change ideas, learn about the values of the people in our lives while also identifying personal strengths. They were originally created in 2001 by W.R. Miller, J. C’de Baca, D.B. Matthew and P.L Wilbourne at the University of New Mexico as an open exercise for service and individual usage.
89 Value Cards: includes 3 Heading cards (Very Important, Important & Not Important) and 86 Values (Achievement, Love, Faithfulness, and much more).
Value Cards come in three colours: Blue, Orange and Ochre Yellow. Available in single boxes or sets of 9.
Storytelling dice are a set of three picture dice, designed to be used together with Rory’s Story Cubes or similar. Players roll the dice and use the results to create stories, scenarios, hypothetical situations, and more.
Designed by the Drug Education Network to facilitate discussions around topics concerning drug and alcohol use, addiction, prevention and harm minimisation.
Use the printable Story Card to record and share your stories!
These postcards were designed as part of a campaign to promote alcohol abstinence for a healthy pregnancy. The three postcards picture a local couple and some key messages.
Dads to Be postcards featured messages for fathers:
We Can All postcards featured a message for anyone with a pregnant loved one:
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