Wada Wanti: leave the ice alone!

Ice use in Australia

The number of people using ice in Australia has increased in many communities.

Wada Wanti is a web-app designed to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who use ice to use less or stop using.

It was developed with help from many people, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have used ice.

The 'Wada Wanti: Leave the Ice Alone' web-app

Wada Wanti is free, private (your information is not shared with anyone) and it's easy to use.

Wada Wanti is available to people to use by themselves, or with extra support from participating health services.

Who is this program for?

This web-app is designed for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people who use methamphetamine (ice), but anyone using methamphetamine is welcome to give it a go. If you have any questions about the web-app, please email: [email protected].

Useful Links


Grief and loss booklet Help for Aboriginal people going through grief.
Lifeline’s Tool Kit: Coping with sorrow loss and grief (Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People Resource).
Rising Spirits Grief and Loss Website Resource for Aboriginal communities who are dealing with grief.
Sorry business: grief and loss Leaflet for Indigenous people by Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA).


Cracks in the ice Toolkit providing information and resources about crystal methamphetamine (ice) for Indigenous People.
Positive Choices Portal to help school communities access accurate drug education resources and prevention programs.
Drug Help Information on reducing the uptake and use of ice.
Know your options Provides individuals, families and health professionals with information about alcohol and other drug treatment and support services available in South Australia.
Your Room Information to support people in reducing the harms caused by alcohol and drugs and to help our mob become healthier.
S-Check Clinic Provides a free, discreet and confidential health check for people who use stimulants like methamphetamine, cocaine and ecstasy, and is as easy as making an appointment over the phone. You don’t need a Medicare card or ID.

Mental health

iBobbly The world’s first Indigenous suicide prevention app.
Stay Strong App designed to focus on wellbeing for Indigenous people.
Kurdiji 1.0 Warlpiri resilience building app to strengthen your connection to culture, community and country.
Menzies School of Health resources and fact sheets Resources around mental health and wellbeing dedicated to improving the health of Indigenous Australians.
MindSpot clinic Free effective psychological assessment and treatment for stress, anxiety and worry.
Kulila! Means ‘listen up!’ (Pitjantjatjara), app to help bring emotions, feelings, and issues out in the open.
R U OK 'Stronger Together' A targeted suicide prevention campaign to encourage conversation within Indigenous communities.

Mindfulness and meditation

Smiling Minds A daily mindfulness and meditation guide at your fingertips to support healthy minds, now with meditations recorded in Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara and Kriol.

Harm minimisation

Cracks in the ice Toolkit providing information and resources about crystal methamphetamine (ice) for Indigenous People.