John* was twelve years old when he first came onto our radar and of other services trying to help him and his family. John had been arrested for stealing, possession of an illicit substance and drug paraphernalia, he was also addicted to ICE.........Read More
...Of particular interest to me was how the students reported that your sessions had impacted on their likely behaviour in the future – not even once seems to have struck a chord! ......Read More
The parents of current or former ice users all shared one common recommendation from their experiences – educate young people early about the effects of drug use to prevent them from making the choice to use drugs. This should occur in school and in the wider community.Read More
I have been struck by two things I have heard repeatedly in separate instances recently, that people are being told by agencies somewhere out there and I'm struggling to understand the rationale.
1. The ICE problem is nowhere near as bad as the media make it out to be... 2. ICE is not as addictive as people think.....Read More
A problem today for parents is how to help a loved one who has a problem. Offering the wrong kind of help, they end up feeding the problem.Read More