Survey participants also reported that barriers to accessing services, resources and information were high.
A group of powerful synthetic opioids that were first detected in the country just a year ago may have already been linked to several deaths.
95% of respondents reported positive effects, in a study that looked at both prescription and black market cannabis use.
Willingness from across the political spectrum to explore critical overdose prevention measures shows that cross-party progress can be made.
Watch fascinating talks and panel discussions from our 2023 Parliamentary Symposium.
A methamphetamine support programme specifically for gay and bisexual men is opening its latest intake in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch this month.
A new University of Otago drug harm ranking study has identified alcohol as the most harmful drug in New Zealand
Sharing our new ingoa Māori and destigmatising drug kupu
In honour of international Support Don’t Punish Day 2023, the NZ Drug Foundation is today releasing an evidence-backed plan to end overdose deaths in Aotearoa.
Given MDMA’s popularity, potential therapeutic uses, and low harm profile, is it time we re-examine how we regulate it here? Drug Foundation Senior Communications Advisor Feilidh Dwyer investigates.