- Mission Australia’s modified Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) group program
18 December 2015In 2015, Mission Australia’s Triple Care Farm and FARE launched a new modified Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) group program and accompanying resources for working with young people with substance misuse issues and other complex needs. The workbooks, website and resources document the strategies and group work protocols found to be the most effective at the Southern Highlands residential drug and alcohol treatment program.
- BoysTown Tapped In! workshops
1 August 2015In 2014, the BoysTown received a grant for an alcohol harm minimisation program targeting disadvantaged young people aged 12-17 years who had left school early. These BoysTown Tapped In! pilot workshops were held at Goodna, Deception Bay, Logan, Redlands, Queensland; Elisabeth, South Australia; and Campbelltown, New South Wales.
- Social Norms Analysis Project (SNAP)
10 July 2015In 2005, the University of Tasmania's Department of Rural Health (UDRH) received a grant from the Foundation to conduct the Social Norms Analysis Project (SNAP), the first major Australian trial of the social norms approach to addressing risky drinking and alcohol related harm among high school-aged youth in four rural Tasmanian towns through a "Social Norms" approach.
- Confident communities: African toolkit
15 June 2015In 2005, the Hunter Multicultural Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) and the Drug and Alcohol Multicultural Education Centre (DAMEC) received a grant from the Foundation to produce an evidence-based and culturally sensitive toolkit of information and resources that would assist organisations work in partnership with the Hunter region's African communities to address the issue of alcohol.
- Cringe the binge: Community action packs
10 April 2014In 2013, the Byron Youth Service received a grant from the Foundation to provide resources and supportive materials for local community-based action on reducing alcohol-related harms among young people in New South Wales.