AHR CAMPUS ANTI-DRUGS campaign has been running since 2015 and a number of phases have focused on particular drugs, depending on emerging drug trends at the time.
Without realising it, drugs can become central to a person’s life and can affect their personal relationships, ability to study and work, mental health and quality of life.
All too easily you can have one of those days when life just feels too hard. At some point most of us do. If you feel like you are losing it or you're stressed out, it’s really helpful to seek help and support.
This section includes information about how to make your own choices, avoid situations where you may become exposed to drugs, how drug use can impact your life and how to support your friends.
Youth aged 15–21 years who are at risk of using ecstasy and/or other illicit drugs; and
Parents of 13–17 year olds.
Key overall messages
There are specific risks and harms associated with using ecstasy;
There are real risks and harms associated with using illicit drugs;
There are real benefits to not using ecstasy and other illicit drugs; and
There is a range of information available on the facts about using ecstasy and other illicit drugs.