From the menu on the right hand side, students can access information about methamphetamine including what it is and the effects it can have on the body and mind.
Links to drug and alcohol support lines are provided to assist those who are experiencing a problem with drugs including methamphetamine.
Watch the following video that highlights a young person's experience.
Have you been in this situation or know someone who has? Or, do you feel you may need some help for your own drug use? The following fact sheets and infographics explore help-seeking strategies and where you can get help in the community.
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It's a process
You may like to visit the Drug Talk Student Portal for additional information on help-seeking and other topics that can build your capacity to make healthier and more responsible decisions for your own and others’ safety and wellbeing around alcohol and other drugs.
NOTE: You will need to register to use the portal.
What to do in an emergency
It is safer not to use drugs, but if someone does and starts to feel any of the following symptoms: very tired, hot or cold and unwell, irritable, confused or irrational, cramps, faint, trouble going to the toilet, trouble breathing, headache, vomiting, collapse or convulsions - call an ambulance on 000 immediately. Please note that Police will not normally attend unless ambulance officers are threatened or there is a death.