This toolkit contains mobile apps, interactive websites and downloadable worksheets that can be used to enhance telephone or online-based AOD counselling and treatment.
Do you know of other non-commercial, evidence-based online or digital AOD resources that could be added to this list? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tip sheet for workers containing suggestions and strategies for supporting AOD clients during COVID-19 using a trauma-informed approach
A factsheet containing basic harm reduction advice for clients / patients who drink and/or use drugs in Queensland.
Adis is a free 24 hour, 7 day a week confidential support service for people in Queensland with alcohol and other drug concerns, families & health professionals.
Comprehensive list of Queensland and national telephone and online support services that may be useful for AOD clients and patients.
iPad / Android only mobile app that addresses the mental health and wellbeing concerns of First Nations Australians using a cross-cultural approach.
Website and mobile app targeting serving and ex-serving ADF personnel. Includes a drinks / spending tracker, exercise calculator, personal wellbeing score and links to support services.
Website featuring downloadable factsheets and resources previously available through NCPIC including two self-help booklets: "Clear Your Vision" and "What's the Deal on Quitting"
National website and mobile app addressing methamphetamine use featuring factsheets, webinars and other resources as well as an online brief early intervention program called "Breaking the Ice".
Mobile app to help pregnant women quit smoking using goal-setting, practical tips, fun exercises, distraction games and daily encouragers based on baby developments, even a baby name suggester!