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.
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:
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
A scoping study on the prevalence, patterns, and attitudes of drug and alcohol use in Tasmanian community sporting clubs.
Drug Education Network
1/222 Elizabeth St
1300 369 319 (Australia)
37 Brisbane St.
1300 369 319 (Australia)
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