Breaking the Ice Forum to be held in Wellington on Tuesday, 20th September.
The issue of crystal methamphetamine – ‘ice’ – is a real issue in our community, and we need the tools, information and resources to become empowered in a stand against this drug in our community.
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation, in partnership with the NSW Ministry of Health, is hosting a ‘Breaking the Ice’ forum soon, and everyone’s invited. Local leaders and experts in drug prevention will explain some of the issues you might have heard about ‘ice’ in the media and how it effects people in our community. Information about the drug and where to seek help, support and treatment in your local community will be available too. Ice effects more than just the user, it brings down family and friends of the user having a huge negative impact, especially on smaller communities.
When: Tuesday, 20 September 2016, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Where: Wellington Civic Hall, Swift St Wellington, NSW 2822
Cost: Free, but RSVP be heading to Breaking The Ice forum Tickets
Who should attend?
• Drug issues can affect anyone, from any walk of life, and almost all of us know someone who
has been impacted by drugs in some way – so you are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Content is aimed at adults (over the age of 18).
Why should I attend?
• Be informed about ‘ice’ and other drug use
• Cut through rumours and misinformation about crystalline methamphetamine and
• Lead by example. Find out how you and those around you can help work on dealing
with ‘ice’ impacting your local community
• Have your questions answered during a panel discussion where the audience will
be encouraged to ask questions of our panellists
We’re all in this together, so come and listen to the problem, and what you can do to help solve it.