www.20years.co.nz: September 2005
Getting serious about alcohol harm. Thursday, September 22, 2005. Alcohol Advisory Council's submission on bill. ALAC’s submission first considers New Zealand’s drinking culture and the impact, if any, the Bill will have in terms of changing that drinking culture from one that accepts intoxication as a social norm to one that views intoxication to be as socially unacceptable as drinking and driving. Go here for a PDF copy of the full submission. Posted by New Zealand Drug Foundation @ 1:58 PM. Spokespeop...
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Te Kete Ipurangi Navigation:. Search all of TKI. Te Kete Ipurangi user options:. Health and PE navigation. There are a number of government, national, and community agencies that support teaching and learning in schools with programmes and resource material. It is important to note that all agency material should complement a HPE curriculum based learning programme based on the needs of the students. Ensure learning outcomes and assessment criteria are evident, and are guided by. Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
www.20years.co.nz: June 2005
Getting serious about alcohol harm. Saturday, June 25, 2005. The first vote MPs who voted against the bill. List (North Shore/East Coast Bays). Posted by New Zealand Drug Foundation @ 4:18 PM. The first vote MPs who voted for the bill. Posted by New Zealand Drug Foundation @ 4:15 PM. New Zealand Drug Foundation. Wellington, New Zealand. View my complete profile. New Zealand Drug Foundation. A copy of the bill. Contact details for Members of Parliament. Beer Wine and Spirits Council to Close.
Http:/ www.alcohol.org.nz/. Http:/ alcoholdrughelp.org.nz/. Or 0800 787 797. Http:/ depression.org.nz/. Drink Driving Intervention Trust. Https:/ www.drugfoundation.org.nz. Http:/ www.emdr.com/. Http:/ www.needle.co.nz/. For acute crisis: Acute (Crisis) Mental Health Services via CATT (Crisis Assessment and Treatment Team) Tel: 0800 745 477.
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Let’s Get Talking. What Can You Do? If you think your child is abusing volatile substances, keep an eye out for lots of empty aerosol cans, tubes of glue and nozzles with teeth marks on them. You may see some changes in behaviour such as:. Mixing with a new group of friends who hang out in secluded places. Attitude or behaviour deteriorating. Altered sleep patterns and difficulty getting out of bed. Secretive or evasive behaviour, and problems in school, such as poor performance and absences.
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Skip to main content. Are drugs a problem? Ready for a change? Information about DrugHelp and who runs the website. DrugHelp is a drug information and support resource for people concerned about the amount of drugs they are taking. It also aims to help people who are concerned about a drug user. DrugHelp provides high quality objective information about illegal drugs and their associated harms. The information is aimed at helping people make changes and find answers to questions. Membership consists of r...
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Let’s Get Talking. What Can You Do? What Is Volatile Substance Abuse? What Are The Signs Of VSA? What Are The Effects On The Body? What is volatile substance abuse? All volatile substances have the potential to kill if they are misused like a drug – even the first time. Inhaling a volatile substance can cause your heart to stop. This is known as Sudden Sniffing Death. For some people, volatile substance abuse is a passing phase and for others, it can become a long-term addiction. Dad will go down. NZ Dru...