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1. The Good Drugs Guide

2 out of 5 stars
International Creator: The Good Drugs Guide Last reviewed: 31/01/2019 Tags: Consumers, Families, Harm reduction, Information, Professionals, Safe injecting, Safe partying

2. Project GHB

2 out of 5 stars
USA Creator: Project GHB Last reviewed: 18/12/2018 Tags: Addiction, Drink spiking, Drivers, Ecstasy, GHB, Harm reduction, Information


1 out of 5 stars
USA Creator: Last reviewed: 26/03/2019 Tags: Advocacy, Campaigns, Criminal, Harm reduction, Law, News, Policy

6. New Zealand Drug Foundation

5 out of 5 stars
New Zealand Creator: New Zealand Drug Foundation Last reviewed: 16/10/2018 Tags: Advocacy, Campaigns, Harm reduction, Information, Peak bodies, Policy, Professional development


4 out of 5 stars
Australia, National services Creator: Paul Dillon Last reviewed: 17/12/2018 Tags: Consumers, Harm reduction, Information, Polydrug use, Resources, Safe injecting, Youth

9. TalkingDrugs - RELEASE Drugs, the Law and Human Rights

3 out of 5 stars
International Creator: Release Last reviewed: 22/02/2019 Tags: Addiction, Harm reduction, Law, Multicultural, News, Policy

10. Bridge Program - The Salvation Army

Australia, National services Creator: The Salvation Army Australia Last reviewed: 12/05/2018

Review: Programs for people who use drugs and are looking for residential or community-based treatment options. The Bridge Program model of recovery is a purposeful, whole of life, person-centred, coordinated care approach that combines a number of key elements into an integrated, evidence-informed recovery program. Participants in the state-based programs are supported with assessment, detox, withdrawal, referrals, harm reduction and aftercare. Families are encouraged to be involved. Centres based in a number of states. NOTE: This is a review of the provider's website and information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.

Tags: Addiction, Aftercare, Assessment, Consumers, Detox, Harm reduction, People who use drugs, Referrals, Residential treatment, Withdrawal