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Drug and alcohol information in community languages

You can find information about the drugs and alcohol in community languages at:

Drug Facts - NSW Health

Multicultural Health Communication (NSW)

A range of resources in community languages are available from Multicultural Health Communication (NSW).

Use the language drop-down menu to view the list of resources available in your chosen language.

Languages available include: Arabic, Amharic, Assyrian, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese, Croatian, Dari, English, Farsi, Filipino, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Khmer, Lao, Macedonian, Oromo, Portugese, Punjabi, Pushto, Russian, Samoan, Somali, Spanish, Thai, Tigrigna, Tongan, Vietnamese and more.

Not all publications are available in every language. 

Positive Choices

Positive Choices is an online portal to help Australian schools and communities access accurate, up-to-date evidence based alcohol and other drug education resources. Visit the Positive Choices website for information and resources for parents in Arabic, Hindi and simplified Chinese, as well as in simplified English. 

NSW Quitline

If you require assistance in a language other than English, you can speak to a Multilingual Quitline Advisor in Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese/Mandarin) or Vietnamese and messages can also be left in Korean. For more information about this service, visit the iCanQuit website.

Breaking the Ice in Our Community

The Breaking the Ice in Our Community fact sheets in Arabic  and Vietnamese cover a range of topics relating to Crystalline Methamphetamine (ice) and have been developed as a collaboration between NSW Health and the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. There are three Arabic fact sheets and three Vietnamese fact sheets in the series.

Arabic

Vietnamese

You can find information about drugs and driving, or drink driving in community languages at Legal Aid NSW: