Click here to visit the Drug Action Week website - Here you'll find information on drugs and alchohol - and ways to raise awareness of issues surrounding drugs and alcohol during Drug Action Week in Australia.
Here are some downloadable fact sheets from the Drug Action Week website:
Click here to visit Australia's National Agency for Health and Welfare Statistics & information - Here you'll find the hard facts about the health and wellbeing of Australia's children through a study conducted in 2009.
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Click here to visit the Life Education youtube channel
Click here to visit 'Healthy Harold's' website - Here you will find cool games, activities, downloads, quizzes, tips, and the Healthy Harold shop.
Click here to visit the 'Life Education Australia' website - Here you will find information about the Life Education program and it's role.
Click here to visit the NSW Government's Healthy Kids website - This is a great resource for parents, carers, kids and playgroups. You'll find healthy recipes, facts and stats, information on nutrition, physical activity, tips and more.
Click here to visit the 'Oxygeneration' website - Here you'll find hard facts about the tobacco industry, the truth about smoking myths, comebacks if you get pressured to smoke, and lots more.
Click here to visit the 'Australian Government's National Drug Campaign' website - Here you will find information about illicit drugs and what they do to your body, information for youth, information for parents and how to get help.
Click here to visit the 'Your Room' website - Here you'll find information about different drugs, how they can affect you and how to get help. You can test your knowledge on drugs and alcohol, and find out how you can get involved in your local community to reduce the harm caused by drugs and alcohol.
Click here to visit the 'Australian Drug Foundation' website - Here you'll find information about how the Australian Drug Foundation runs programs in the community and advocates for a strong, healthy community.
Click here to visit the 'Kids Helpline' website - You'll find answers for both kids, teens and parents at this website. The kids can play games and learn information. The teens can get help and connect. The parents can find resources and tips on a whole range of issues that affect our children, from cyber bullying to body image and dealing with drugs and alcohol.
Click here to visit the 'Bullying No Way' website - This website provides information and facts about bullying for both students and parents, including cyber safety and cyber bullying.
Click here to visit the DrugInfo Clearinghouse website - This website provides easy access to information about alcohol and other drugs, and drug prevention.
Click here to visit the World Health Organisation's website - The body that co-ordinates and directs the authority of health in United Nations Countries, shaping research, setting standards, providing support and assessing health trends. Lot's of interesting information to be found here.
Click here to visit the Health Insite website - This site is a resource of information for all health topics affecting children including eating and obesity, to accidents and injuries and particular stages of life, such as teenage independence.
Click here to visit the 'Austrailan Government's Healthy Active' website - This site has information and initiatives on healthy eating, regular physical activity and obesity to assist Australians lead healthy, active lives.
Click here to see the Department of Health and Ageing's 'Nutrition and Physical Activity website- Here you'll find information about maintiaining a healthy weight, eating healthy, nutritious foods and physical activity.
Click here to visit the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare website - This is the place to go for statistics and information on health and welfare..
Cilck here to visit the Go for 2 and 5 website - Here you'll find information about recommended daily serves of fruit & veg for kids, recipe ideas and lots more.
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easy access to information about alcohol and other drugs, and drug prevention