Alcohol and Drug Foundation external-link

Preventing alcohol and other drug harms in Australia

Drug Facts external-link

Alcohol & Drug Information Service (ADIS)

Phone: 02 9361 8000 or 1800 422 599 (outside Metropolitan area) 24 hours, 7days

Alternative to Meds Centre – How to Help Teens Overcome Substance Abuse (blog)external-link(ATMC, USA)

Ask Izzy

A FREE website that connects people in need with housing, a meal, money help, family violence support, counselling and much more.

Daniel Morcombe Foundation external-link

FREE Help Me!’ Mobile App external-link

Domestic Violence Resource Centre

Bursting The Bubble external-link
What’s OK at Home – What family violence is; what’s OK and what is not OK.

DrinkWise external-link

Managing Teen Drinking, Schoolies, Standard Drinks Calculator, and more.

Drug Alert external-link

Drug Testing Kits [Note: NHW cannot endorse a product or service. We can simply bring them to your attention. You must do your own research.]

Drug and Alcohol Research & Training (Australia) (DARTA) external-link

Fact Sheets external-link (young people, parents, teachers)
Such as:  How do you look after a vomiting drunk friend?

Drug Free Australia

Promoting illicit drug prevention initiatives nationally
Drug Information Library external-link

Drug Information Line

Phone: 1300 85 85 84 (Advanced Recovery Systems)

Information and support to people fighting addiction and substance abuse. [Note: NHW cannot endorse a product or service. We can simply bring them to your attention. You must do your own research.]

Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse external-link
A Substance Abuse Guide for Parents external-link

Fight The New Drug external-link

Help us educate about the harmful effects of Porn – example of a USA organisation.

Kids Help Line external-link

Phone: 1800 55 1800
Kids Help Line (age 5 to 12) external-link

National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB) external-link

National Children’s & Youth Law Centre (NCYLC) external-link

Lawmail external-link
FREE legal service for Australian children and young people (and their advocates), providing legal information, advice and referrals by email

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism – Talk to your Child About Alcohol (Fact Sheet) external-link (NIAAA, USA)

National Youth Mental Health Foundation external-link Headspace

eHeadspace external-link
Online youth mental health professional counselling (ages 12 to 25)

NSW Department of Education external-link

NSW anti-bullying website
Resources and information for schools, parents and carers, and students.

NSW Department of Health external-link

Teenagers talking to parents about drugs/ Fact Sheets external-link
National Drugs Campaign external-link
Your Roomexternal-link
[A joint initiative by NSW Health and St Vincent’s Alcohol and Drug Information Service]
A place to get facts about alcohol and other drugs

NSW Family & Community Services external-link

If you feel unsafe at home, housing, protection, resources.

NSW Government

Alcohol – Useful Resourcesexternal-link
(we like ‘Your Room”: A Place to get Facts about Alcohol & Other Drugs)

NSW Justice – Juvenile Justice external-link

Youth on Track external-link
Early intervention scheme
Information for families external-link
eg My child has been questioned by Police

NSW Police external-link

Party Safety & Registration external-link
Schoolies external-link
Video and Tips to Stay Safe

NSW Office of the Children’s Guardian external-link

Working with Children Check external-link

NSW Streetsmart published by Countrywide Australia

NSW Streetsmart Online Handbook external-link
Street Smarthandbook – practical life guide for 16 and 17 yr old school leavers, designed to help prepare today’s youth for life after school. Topics – from sexual health & effects of drug and alcohol abuse, to legal rights and applying for a loan.

Office of the eSafety Commissioner external-link

Helping young people have safe, positive experiences online

Cybersmart Forever external-link
Teacher-led Online Resources (Yr 4+)
iParent external-link
Practical tips, smartphones, ‘Parent’s guide to online safety’ pdf to download, cyberbullying, nudes & sexting, social networking, online pornography, online gaming, privacy, etc.
Report Cyber-bullying external-link
Report offensive or illegal content external-link
Wearable technology external-link

Reachout Australia external-link

How to tell if you have a drug problem external-link

State Library of NSW external-link

Drug Info Pamphlet Collection (Resources) external-link

Raising Children Network external-link

Teens Alcohol and Other Drugs external-link
Services, resources and other links

TrackSAFE Foundationexternal-link

TrackSAFE Educationexternal-link
Rail Safety for Schools

Victoria State Government

Better Health Channel external-link
Drugs and Teenagers

Yfoundations external-link

Organisation representing youth homelessness in Australia

Link 2 Home
Info & referral service to assist homeless people and those at risk of homelessness.
Phone: 1800 152 152

Youth Law Australia external-link

Parties external-link
Passports & traveling overseas external-link
Sexting external-link
As well as the above, various topics: Cars & Driving; Courts, Police & the Law; Teen Issues; School; Health, Love & Sex; Public Transport; Internet, Phones & Technology; Violence & Harm; Money, Tax & Welfare; Employment; Getting Official Documents; At Home, Parents & Family.

Youth Safe external-link

To prevent unintentional injury of young Australians