Resources, training and information for health professionals to help prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm in Western Australia.
Alcohol and other drug training
The WA Mental Health Commission delivers a range of training for health professionals including workshops, webinars, and online learning on:
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Mental health
- Ways of working with Aboriginal people
- Prevention training
- FASD training
Publications and resources
Alcohol. Think Again publications and campaign resources can be downloaded online. Hard copies can also be ordered for free for use in Western Australia.
Resources include posters, fact sheets, and brochures on alcohol and health, young people, and pregnancy. Some resources are available in languages other than English.
The AUDIT risk assessment is a validated tool that can be used as a brief screening test with clients to identify high-risk alcohol use or active alcohol use disorders.
Standard Drink Tool
Understanding the Australian Alcohol Guidelines and what constitutes a standard drink can be an educational tool for clients and strengthen service provider confidence in conducting brief interventions.
Campaign Community Toolkits
Visit our campaigns page to find Community Toolkits for community organisations and groups to extend the reach of campaign messages, including campaign assets, social media kits, fact sheets, and evidence to support the campaigns.
The FASD Hub Australia provides free training materials and learning packages for health professionals involved in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) assessment and diagnosis.
Visit the FASD Hub website for more information. https://www.fasdhub.org.au/training-and-support/training--education/
The WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) supports education and training to build the capability and confidence of the mental health, drug and alcohol and primary care workforce. https://www.wapha.org.au/about-us/our-priorities/alcohol-and-other-drugs/
The Alcohol and other drugs Knowledge Centre provides key resources and workforce information to reduce alcohol and other drug use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The Alcohol and Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgmental telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone seeking help for their own or another person’s alcohol or drug use.
Phone: (08) 9442 5000
Country Toll-Free: 1800 198 024
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Page last updated11 August 2023