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New Zealand Drug Foundation
A guide for meth users about how to reduce harmful effects by being safer and controlling, cutting down, or stopping use; including where to go for more help.
A practical workbook designed to support anyone wanting to quit or cut back on their cannabis use. It draws on the online PotHelp programme.
Use this poster to let people know where they can get help if meth is a problem. A3 size suitable for most noticeboards.
Pin up a poster in a work cafeteria or waiting room, a community notice board, or wherever potential visitors may see it.
Use this poster to let people know where they can get help with a cannabis problem. A3 size suitable for most noticeboards.
These wallet cards can be easily concealed by anyone wanting to remember one of the website addresses. These are same size as a standard business card.
These wallet cards are designed to make it easy for people to remember one of the website addresses. On one side there is the website address, the other a succinct message.
New Zealand Drug Foundation
Take away wallet cards make it easy for people to remember PotHelp the website addresses for later reference. The cards are the same size as a standard business card.
This resource is for people who are using methamphetamine and amphetamine-type substances problematically. Limit 5 per order.
This booklet will help explain what’s going on in withdrawal, and includes suggestions on how to make it easier for you and the people you care about. Limit 5 per order.
Printed copies are no longer available. This brochure about Volatile Substance Abuse can support parents and communities. Download the VSA brochure now. Find additional information at www.volatilesubstances.org.nz.
This publication outlines what alcohol is and what it does to the body. It also explains standard drinks, social harms caused by alcohol and the benefits attributed to alcohol.
This booklet is a guide for practitioners negotiating change in drinking behaviour with clients or patients.
This booklet is one of six in the Alcohol and Your Health series. It will help you decide if your drinking is okay.
This booklet is for people who are concerned about someone else’s drinking, and explains how they can help.
This booklet will help you maintain the changes you have already made regarding your drinking.
This booklet is one of six in the Alcohol and Your Health series. It will help you to stop drinking.
This booklet is for people who have decided to cut down their drinking. It contains practical tools to help achieve this goal.
Confidential helplines provides free support for any person concerned about their own or someone else’s drug use.
Helplines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, free from landline or mobile.
Alcohol Drug Helpline
0800 787 797
0800 787 798
0800 787 799