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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Break the ice [DVD] (2009)

Author

Peninsula Health

Publisher

Peninsula Health

City

Frankston, Vic

Type

Audiovisual

 

Description

The Break the ice video targets amphetamine use within the gay and lesbian community. The resource has been produced by Peninsula Health, in partnership with the Australian Drug Foundation, Access Point Stimulant Treatment Centres, Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria, the Victorian Aids Council, and Casuarina Media.

Break the ice tells six personal stories, interwoven with expert commentary, to inform people who use drugs recreationally, and their family and friends, to recognise the signs of problematic drug use. The resource has been specifically designed to address drug-related harm within the gay community. It is designed to be viewed by, and inform, gay and lesbian people who use drugs, their friends and family.

This resource features content that some people may find confronting. It is designed for an adult audience. Break the ice is not designed to be viewed by children or adolescents. It should not be viewed in a school environment.

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Contact details

Peninsula Health
Peninsula Drug and Alcohol Program
Ph: (03) 9784 8100
Ph: (03) 5986 0709

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Last updated: 7 May 2013
 
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