For young people
Get more help to quit smoking, as well as information about drugs and alcohol, health and wellbeing. Lots of cool sites about the challenges young people face.
National telephone information, advice and counselling service for people who want to quit smoking. Quitline has Aboriginal counsellors and you can call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for the cost of a local call from anywhere in Australia (charges may apply for mobile phones). Order a free Quit Pack that will be posted to you.
Great NZ based site to support young people with information and advice about all the challenges facing young people – from bullying to bereavement, self-esteem battles and questions of sexuality, to eating disorders, depression and drugs.
ReachOut.com is Australia’s leading online youth mental health service. It supports young people to get through tough times.
Loads of information for young people on health, wellbeing and having fun.
Young Adult Health
Information on health issues relating to young people, lifestyle choices and healthy relationships.
Tune In, Not Out
Help with all the challenges facing young people. Lots of cool stuff like 24hour TV.
Fantastic American site that’s all about how the tobacco industry manipulates people to get them to start smoking and keep smoking.
Australian Medical Association (AMA)
Contains a series of youth health brochures designed to inform young people about issues that affect their health and wellbeing. Download them from its website.
National tobacco campaign that aims to promote quit attempts among smokers and provide support to avoid relapse among quitters.
The Cancer Council
Information on cancer research, patient support and cancer prevention.
Art Toppling Tobacco
A national, annual art competition with $40,000 in total prizes that invites people to submit art of any form that has a theme of anti-smoking.
Quit campaigning in your community
Get your school, workplace or community involved in quit campaigning.
National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)
NACCHO is the national peak body representing over 150 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) across the country on Aboriginal health and wellbeing issues.
Talkin’ Up Good Air
Tobacco control resource kit for Indigenous Australian communities – encourages community action.
Information about tobacco control in Indigenous communities – stories about community projects, networking, training and resource development.
Smarter Than Smoking
For people working in schools, communities and other youth settings who would like information and resources to help prevent young people in Western Australia from starting to smoke.
Give Up Smokes For Good
A campaign supporting Aboriginal people in South Australia to quit smoking and to help our mob become healthier through simple actions like having smoke-free homes and cars.
Resources to use in the classroom, as well as inspiring education sites and campaigns.
Australian Drug Foundation
The ADF Clearinghouse provides access to information about alcohol and other drugs and drug prevention resources.
School Drug Education and Road Aware (Western Australian)
A range of curriculum materials to assist teachers in developing drug education programs.
Victorian School Drug Education
The latest drug education policies and curriculum resources for Victorian school communities.
World Health Organisation Tobacco Free Initiative
Provides links to WHO publications, reports, press releases, speeches, declarations and WHO initiatives in tobacco.
Friends of No Smokes
Ninti One manages No Smokes. Ninti One is a not-for-profit company that builds opportunities for people in remote Australia through research, innovation and community development.
Our funders, friends and people who helped us out.
Menzies School of Health Research
No Smokes was developed by Menzies School of Health Research, which is Australia’s leading Indigenous health research agency, working with some 60 remote communities across the Top End.
Department of Health (DOH)
No Smokes is a Tackling Indigenous Smoking and Healthy Lifestyles initiative funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.
Indigenous Hip Hop Projects
A team of Indigenous artists working in all elements of hip hop, media, entertainment and performing arts.
Creating TV, radio and music in the remote community of Yuendumu, working with local people in language and according to local cultural protocols.