Strong and Deadly Futures Webinar: Tuesday 5th of May, 11am
Apr 24, 2020
"Strong and Deadly Futures" is a school-based alcohol and other drug prevention program designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. Dr. Lexine Stapinski from The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use is delivering a webinar to give an overview of the program which was developed in partnership with schools, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth and leading experts in Aboriginal health and wellbeing promotion.
Dr Stapinski will also talk about the key components of effective prevention programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, and information on how secondary schools can get involved in a trial the of the "Strong and Deadly Futures" program.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday the 5th of May at 11am (AEST).
To register for the webinar go to the Strong and Deadly Futures website on Positive Choices.org.au