Fact Sheets

WA Govt logoSchool Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA) have consulted and collaborated with teachers and community members to identify content that can provide support and assistance to parents, schools and students. These fact sheets have been funded by and developed in partnership with the Department of Education.



Parent Fact Sheets

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About Ice Putting methamphetamine into perspective Talking with your child about drugs



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Is my child using drugs? It's not just about the drug Who can help? Use of guest speakers


You can download parent fact sheets in a number of different languages.


Arabic (عربى)

Burmese

 
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About Ice Talking with your child about drugs Is my child using drugs? It's not just about the drug
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Chinese (simplified) 中文

Dari (دری)

Dinka (Thuɔŋjäŋ)

Farsi (فارسی)

Hindi ( हिंदी)

Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia)

Karen

About Ice fact sheet image Talking to your child about drugs fact sheet image Is my child using drugs fact sheet image Its not just about the drug fact sheet image
About Ice Talking with your child about drugs Is my child using drugs? It's not just about the drug
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Korean (한국어)

Swahili (Kiswahili)

Tagalog (Tagalog)

Thai (ไทย)

Tigrinya (ትግርኛ)

Somali (Soomaali)

Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)


SCHOOL FACT SHEETS

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A-Z guide of illicit and licit drugs About Ice Putting methamphetamine into perspective
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What is school drug education? Drug education: Who can help? Use of guest speakers


STUDENT FACT SHEETS

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It's OK to ask for help Who should I talk to when I need help?
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