How we can help you
DrugInfo provides alcohol and other drug information to anyone in Victoria with an interest in the topic. Here are just a few examples of the ways we can help you. If you can't find what you're looking for, or would prefer to speak to one of the team, contact DrugInfo.
If you are holding an event and need resources to hand out or put into showbags, we can help by supplying or directing you to free resources. Browse through our free resources pages to see what might be suitable. For more guidance and ideas, contact DrugInfo.
We encourage alcohol and other drugs workers and other health professionals to browse through our free resources for publications that might be useful as handouts for clients. Also be sure to check out the Alcohol and Drug Foundation bookshop for a range of pamphlets, posters, books, games and DVDs.
Browse through our suggestions for professional development to make sure you keep up with what's going on in the sector.
You might like to start by subscribing to DrugInfo. Subscribers receive fortnightly email alerts on current alcohol and other drug-related topics and issues, and notification of Alcohol and Drug Foundation events and publication releases, including Prevention in Action, Prevention Research (PR) and new fact sheets.
On our website you can find loads of reliable information on different kinds of drugs and their effects. The drug information section is a great place to start. Make sure you check out the drug facts pages to learn about particular drugs, and see our topics section to find out about some of the important issues.
Our parent topic pages provide helpful advice for parents facing questions and decisions about issues such as teenage drinking and parties.
We have a range of free and online resources that you can access, with even more that you can purchase through the Alcohol and Drug Foundation shop. We also have a library that eligible AOD workers can join.
If you, your friend or family member are having problems with the use of alcohol or other drugs, there are a range of free and confidential services available. Browse through our list to find help and support in your area. Alternatively, contact DrugInfo and we can point you in the right direction.
Last updated: 2 May 2016