Our Goal is to saturate our Nation with awareness and warning of the devastating effect of ICE, through Education, Commercials, Billboards, Social Media.
AAIC (Australian Anti Ice Campaign) are Educating & Raising Awareness of the dangers associated with the drug ICE, which is currently a growing epidemic in our nation.
We are inviting the community to unite with us in this campaign to “Put the Freeze on ICE”.
AAIC have a proven role model program that has been implemented in over 8 states in the USA with outstanding results decreasing ICE/Meth use in over 8 states in the USA by 80 per cent.
The USA is currently collating with us to help us implement this program nationally within Australia.
AAIC is ready to launch a National Education program about ICE into High schools across Australia. Along side this we will be holding forums within the community to well inform our nation of the dangers associated with ICE use. We have commercials, social media adverts and billboards ready to saturate our nation warning them about this highly addictive and destructive drug ICE.
We have the support of Local MP’s, as well as Mayor Tom Tate and have been in correspondence with the Federal Health Minister Hon Sussan Ley.
We are generating some serious media publicity from newspapers, magazines as well as online news and channel Seven Sunrise, today weekend show, Sunday Night, ABC a current affair and 60 minuets whom want to hear and expose what AAIC is doing about our national ICE issue. As we continue to unite the services and communities throughout every state including nurses, police and members of society, we invite you to consider the power in unity against this devastating problem.
Community Development Response to ICE & Other Drugs
Alongside the intervention within schools, we offer public community forums at the local town halls to educate the community on the same topics, with experts from rehabs and detox centers that will talk on intervention, family support and treatment options. This is an opportunity for parents to attend.
School counselors and chaplains will also be invited from the schools that receive the sch