"Eyez on Ice" is a culturally safe resource package designed to assist health professionals and families to support people impacted by problematic substance use, particularly crystal methamphetamine (ice).
The package was produced by the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) and the AOD-OUR-WAY Content Advisory Group. QAIHC is a peak organisation that is focused on strengthening the capability and capacity of their membership and improving the health status of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.
This video is a harm reduction resource targeted at 'at-risk' young people or young people who are already currently using methamphetamine.
An A3 clinical tool designed to assist health practitioners structure a 20-30 minute ultra-brief intervention with someone who uses methamphetamine.
An 8 page harm reduction booklet containing basic information and practical harm reduction advice for people who are currently using methamphetamine, as well as tips for cutting back and quitting.
The Breakthrough Our Way Project was an initiative of the Queensland Government Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women and extended through the Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch, Queensland Department of Health through the Queensland Government’s Action on Ice Strategy. Training delivery and resources were funded by Western Queensland Primary Health Network.
QAIHC acknowledges contributions from its Members, the Content Advisory Group, Queensland Health (Insight and Dovetail) and QNADA for their input during the development of this resource.