Posted on 12th Aug 2016
DAIR (Drug and Alcohol Information and Resilience Skills) is a drug and alcohol harm prevention and health promotion program for young people aged 12 – 18 years. Through DAIR, young people take part in a series of interactive workshops which focus on knowledge and skill development and aim to reduce alcohol and other drug related harm.
DAIR helps young people to develop skills in:
In addition to reducing alcohol and other drug related harms, DAIR aims to the improve mental health, resilience and positive coping strategies of participants.
“Well presented, great content. Students really enjoyed the activities and got a lot out of the program.” – Teacher, 2017
DAIR can be delivered to groups of young people in local high schools, primary schools, community or youth centres or other alternate learning facilitates. DAIR can be carefully tailored to suit the needs and interests of each group.
“Thank you for teaching us about alcohol, drugs and mental health. I’ve learned a lot.” – Participant, 2019
Download the DAIR Project Report 2017 – 2018 here.
To book a Youth Solutions program click here.
Or contact the Youth Solutions team on 02 4628 2319 or via email at email@example.com.
For more information about Youth Solutions’ other programs click here.
DAIR was created in 2012. Youth Solutions and DAIR is funded by NSW Health | South Western Sydney Local Health District.
The DAIR (Drug and Alcohol Information and Resilience Skills) Program is also supported by:
“It was amazing and very educational and fun.” – Participant, 2018
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