Event dates: 6–7 June 2019, Wollongong, NSW.
Drug and alcohol abuse
A large proportion of poor birth outcomes among Aboriginal Western Australians are attributable to smoking, alcohol and substance misuse, and assault
This article looks at some of the factors that might account for why Aboriginal infants have poorer birth outcomes than non-Aboriginal infants.
This plan provides the direction to strengthen and reform Queensland’s mental health, alcohol and other drugs and related systems.
This report details a whole-of-government strategy for addressing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Northern Territory.
News – Breakthrough for Families: A new program for individuals and their families affected by ice and other drugs (Qld)
This program, announced by the Queensland Government, aims to help families and significant others of individuals affected by ice and other drugs.
This report from Mission Australia presents findings from its 17th annual survey of young people aged 15–19 years about issues that concern them.
We provide an overview of the national diagnostic tool and a guide to its use for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
This article explores the high rates of smoking, alcohol consumption, and other risky behaviours among children and adolescents with mental disorders.
Recent research provides new insight into the experiences of this population when trying to obtain suitable housing
Join the Conversation - Supporting children and families affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD)
This webinar described some of the adverse consequences of FASD, and outlined strategies for supporting children with FASD in out-of-home care.