Great South Coast Ice Challenge

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - 7:00pm
Lighthouse Theatre


We invite you to attend the Warrnambool – Moyne ICE Forum.

This is an opportunity to get the facts about the dangers and the impact of ICE across our community, so you can have an informed conversation with your family, friends, mates and colleagues.

ICE continues to present problems to the community, users, families and the courts.
Best practice from across the world indicates that a “whole-of-community” approach is needed to effectively
help tackle this issue. Data confirms that the prevalence and use of ICE across the Great South Coast is
presenting challenges on many levels. To help raise awareness of the dangers of ICE and provide a better
understanding of ICE…an ICE Information Forum for the community is being held in Warrnambool.

The Great South Coast ICE Challenge aims to help address the ICE problem in our region. This is a
community driven initiative…targeting EDUCATION, AWARENESS, ACTION and PREVENTION…in order to
help stop the impact of ICE use in our Community. This project is not about rehabilitation. This a
“community collective” approach to help raise awareness and to explore local actions and initiatives…to
help prevent the use of ICE. This is about helping our local community leaders be informed…so they can
educate others. The Ice Challenge is supported by Victoria Police, national subject matter experts,
researchers, practitioners from drug, health, welfare, education, youth, workplace, sport and leisure
support networks…and partners, businesses, sponsors and supporters. The ICE Challenge is being driven
by a six teams…including a team of Secondary Students…plus five volunteer Project Teams from the local
government areas on the Great South Coast – Corangamite, Glenelg, Moyne, Southern Grampians and
Warrnambool. They are all committed to help raise awareness of the risks and consequences of ICE.

For more information on the forum go to;