DrugHelp is a programme of the NZ Drug Foundation. The tools are based on established methods to overcome moderate drug use disorder with guidance and peer review from New Zealand based addiction treatment experts.
DrugHelp offers information and support programme for people concerned about the amount of drugs they are taking. It also aims to help people who are concerned about a drug user. DrugHelp provides high quality objective information about illegal drugs and their associated harms.
The tools incorporate videos showing real New Zealanders who went through the highs and lows of drug addiction. The site wouldn't be possible without their gutsy willingness to share their stories; we deeply appreciate their honesty and hope.
The NZ Drug Foundation is a charitable entity which aims to reduce harm from alcohol and other drugs using evidence based initiatives while advocating for evidence based 'support, don't punish' drug policy in New Zealand.
The Ministry of Health leads New Zealand’s health and disability system, and has overall responsibility for the management and development of that system. It provides funding for this service.
Every effort was made to ensure the website complies with the New Zealand Government Web Accessibility Standard. It is planned that closed captioning, which enable the hearing impaired to understand videos, will be added over time.