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Discover a new website about 'ice' developed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

27 July 2021
Supporting people and communities affected by the drug 'ice'.

Cracks in the Ice has launched the first national website providing resources about crystal methamphetamine ('ice') for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The development of the website was led by an expert advisory group including Aboriginal elders, researchers, and health workers together with input from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members from across Australia.

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Cracks in the Ice is excited to launch the first national website providing trusted, evidence-based, and up-to-date resources about crystal methamphetamine ('ice') developed with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

The development of the website was led by an expert advisory group including Aboriginal elders, researchers, and health workers together with input from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members from across Australia.

New and existing content has been combined to support and empower communities who are working to address ice use and related harms.

It includes information for:

  • people who use ice
  • their families and friends
  • health workers
  • community groups.

Many community members and health workers from around the country provided their input and feedback to help develop and refine the site.

The project team is very grateful to those who so generously shared their personal experiences and allowed us to share their stories.

Collaborators

The experts that have helped develop this website include:

To learn more about the development of Cracks in the Ice, the current expert advisory group members and external collaborators, visit the website.

Cracks in the Ice received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

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If you or your service are able to help in sharing the website please email info@cracksintheice.org.au for further promotional material.

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