DAIR (Drug and Alcohol Information and Resilience Skills) sees young people take part in a series of interactive workshops which focus on knowledge and skill development to reduce alcohol and other drug-related harm and increase positive health behaviours.
In addition to reducing alcohol and other drug-related harms, DAIR aims to the improve mental health, resilience and positive coping strategies of participants.
DAIR can be delivered to groups of young people in local high schools, primary schools, community or youth centres or other alternate learning facilitates. The project can be delivered via face-to-face group sessions, or online group sessions.
“Well presented, great content. Students really enjoyed the activities and got a lot out of the program.” – High School Teacher
DAIR is delivered as a series of 4 workshops, which aim to build knowledge and skills to prevent drug and alcohol-related harm and increase positive health behaviours. DAIR is informed by evidence, curriculum and local community need and is carefully tailored to meet the age, knowledge level, needs and interests of each group.
Through DAIR, young people to learn about:
DAIR participants gain skills in:
“Thank you for teaching us about alcohol, drugs and mental health. I’ve learned a lot.” – Participant, 2019
Contact the Youth Solutions team on 02 4628 2319 or via email at email@example.com.
Posted on 26th July 2023