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Little book on Alcohol

My name is Bella, I’m twenty-one and I spent my adolescence growing up in Melbourne.

I don’t know a single person who drinks everyday, but I know a lot of people who have issues with alcohol.  My point is, problems to do with alcohol are not just for those who are considered ‘alcoholics’ or violent.

Anyone who drinks alcohol or is around people who drink should know the potential harms and risks. You may never have touched a drop of alcohol in your life and never want to, or you may claim you invented ‘goon of fortune’ (where you attach a bag of goon to a hills hoist).  Either way, you should be able to get something out of this book.

Just to clarify, this book won’t tell you alcohol is bad and you should never touch it.  This is a book to try and combat the crap.  Hundreds of years of drunken beer hall logic have left the topic of alcohol as confusing as why some ‘celebrities’ are famous.  My hope is this book might set a few things straight.

Enjoy.

Bella

Putting together the pieces: Responding to trauma and substance use

You may be working with clients with trauma and alcohol and other drug issues or you may want to effectively respond to a client’s trauma or it may be that you are just interested in the issue of trauma; then why not access this FREE resource right now!

Putting together the pieces is a FREE evidenced based resource that provides workers with practical skills and knowledge to assist a client to work with their trauma issues within an alcohol and other drug context.

Mind your head

Some things you might want to know about drugs & mental health

Developed as a resource for young people and anyone else (including teachers, parents and allied health workers) wanting to know more about the relationship between mental health & substance use. The book provides information on different drugs and their effects on mental health, strategies for looking after your mental health and getting help and support.

ReGen's 'Facts about' & 'Getting support' brochure series

The ‘Facts about’ brochures cover basic facts about the substances and reduction advice, whilst the ‘Getting support’ brochures provide issues to consider for people who are planning change and tips for getting the best outcomes.
The brochures are available as a set of 14, or each individual leaflet can be purchased in bulk.

Yarnin' about Yarndi

Yarnin’ about Yarndi is a set of resources for use by workers in facilitating discussion with Aboriginal community members about cannabis use, how to stop, cut back or use more safely.

The 2013 edition of the Yarnin’ about Yarndi kit  contains:

  • A DVD in which community members talk about the effects of yarndi use and strategies that might help individuals stop, cut back, or use more safely. Other health professionals provide important physical and mental health information.
  • A facilitators’ guide which explains how the DVD can be used, key points facilitators may explore and activity sheets designed to assist behaviour change.
  • Ten workbooks for participants to record their thoughts or responses to take away with them.
  • A CD with PDFs of all written materials so additional copies can be printed.
  • Three message sticks – “Giving up” “Cutting back” “Using safer” designed to facilitate open conversations among participants.
  • The “Tree of life” – This excerise is adapted from a technique used in narrative therapy which prioritises story telling.

Format: Manual, Booklets, Message Sticks, Blanket, DVD

Drug types: Cannabis

Drug Use & Mental Health: two issues in the same bag (10 brochure packs)

For use by youth, health, education or welfare services, this pamphlet provides readily accessible information on the relationship between the use of various substances and their potential impacts on mental health.  It provides initial strategies for people who use drugs to look after their own mental health and details for other sources of information and support. 

Please note:

Each brochure will be inside a clear zip lock bag.

 

Format: 105 x 120 mm foldout pamphlet, 16pp

Age groups: 13 – Adult

Drug Types: All drugs

Duggy's Krew

Save over 50% on our Dual Diagnosis bundle.

What you get:

10 x Mind your head & 10x Drug use and mental health brochures for $25 +p/h (regular price $54)

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