Talk to people in your community about ice. This may help you to build a picture of what is happening in your community and decide what your community needs. Some people that you may like to talk to could include:
- Community leaders/elders
- Family and friends
- Local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health workers
- Doctors or Nurses
- Local police
- Youth workers
Perhaps you could try asking some questions like these:
- What do they know about ice and its effects? What would they like to learn more about?
- Do they see ‘ice’ as a problem in the community?
- What worries them about ice?
- Which part of the community is most impacted by ‘ice’?
- What would they like to do to help? Or what do they think could help?
- What are the strengths of the community?