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Work for the Drug Foundation

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Education and Youth Services Adviser

Keeping young New Zealanders engaged at school is one of the best ways to protect them from drug harm. But, drug issues remain the main reason why students are expelled from school; and it still leads to students becoming disengaged from education even before they get noticed.

The New Zealand Drug Foundation wants to reverse this, and help schools and students to better address alcohol and drug problems.

This is where you come in.

e-Support for sobriety

Friday, August 26, 2016

A growing number of people are turning to the internet for help with their sobriety, finding online tribes of like- minded people wanting to reframe their relationship with alcohol. Whether you need help to cut back on the booze or you’ve decided you’ve had your last drink, help is available, and it comes in many forms. Matt Calman talks to the trailblazers of three thriving online communities.

Poor foundations - full story

Monday, August 8, 2016

– testing homes for meth gone awry

Across New Zealand, tenants are losing their homes and
possessions – or receiving debilitating bills – because their

Matters of Substance - May 2016

Sunday, May 1, 2016

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Medical cannabis Q&A

This medical cannabis question and answer (Q&A) was prepared to provide clear and accurate information about the use and status of medical cannabis in New Zealand. 

Updated: February 2017.