Cracks in the Ice is made possible through funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.
The Alcohol and Drug Foundation is one of Australia's leading bodies committed to preventing alcohol and other drug problems in communities around the nation.
The Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS) conducts research that contributes to the effective prevention, treatment and epidemiology of comorbid
mental health and substance use disorders. Cracks in the Ice
was developed in collaboration with CREMS research staff.
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) is a leading Australian research institution that is internationally recognised as a Research Centre of Excellence. The Centre was established at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in 1986 and is funded by the Australian government as part of its National Drug Strategy.
The National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) generates and disseminates high quality research that contributes to preventing drug related harm in Australia and internationally.
Positive Choices is an online portal providing school communities with access to accurate, up-to-date drug education resources and prevention programs. Positive Choices was developed by the same research team behind Cracks in the Ice.
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction is an internationally recognised research centre that works as a catalyst for change in the alcohol and other drugs field.
TheMHS Learning Network Inc. is an organisation that seeks to improve mental health and wellbeing in Australia and New Zealand through events that create opportunities for networking and the exchange of ideas. In February 2016, TheMHS Summer Forum was called "Cracks in the Ice? Illicit Drugs and the Mental Health Impact on our Communities". The discussions at this Forum informed the conceptualisation and development of this website.
Turning Point strives to promote and maximise the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities living with, and affected by alcohol and other drug-related harms.
Page last updated: Monday, 13 March 2017