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Total students indicating likely alcohol use.
Students indicating a positive shift away from their initial use indication of being likely to use alcohol.
Students that indicated a decision Shift to Abstinence (not likely at all) from likely to use alcohol.
2016 Tasmanian Schools Data
Total students indicating likely illicit drug use.
Students indicating a positive shift away from their initial use indication of being likely to use illicit drugs.
Students that indicated a decision Shift to Abstinence (not likely at all) from likely to use illicit drugs.
"I found the whole seminar brilliant, it's the best one I've seen in this space. I especially liked how you weren't all doom and gloom. You wrapped it up well, giving kids hope in this area. Your focus on resilience really gave them options, that life isn't always easy but here's ways you can work through it.” (Teacher)
“The info targeted my heart. In the past week I have told a few of my friends what drugs are doing to their brains and body.”
(Yr 7 Student)
“Based on pre and post results, the seminar was significantly effective in increasing the knowledge, understanding about the connection between behaviours and values, and the likelihood of not engaging with alcohol and drugs.” Professor, Independent Evaluation, Australian University
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