The Great South Coast Ice Challenge has unveiled its priority projects to make an impact on the fight against ice.
The projects were announced at Declaration Day in Warrnambool on Friday.
A youth team and local government area teams (Corangamite, Glenelg, Moyne, Southern Grampians and Warrnambool) have announced different actions to reduce the use of ice at family, community, sporting and workplace levels.
Proposals included a student ID card proposed by the student focus group from various local secondary schools, reality experience program, student healthy choices workshops, bin sticker competition, skate competition, sporting clue awareness program, tradie phone app, comic book, a roadside awareness campaign, skate competition, community forums and the Drug and Alcohol Responding Early (DARE) program.
Guest speakers at the Ice Declaration Day included Victorian Premier Denis Napthine and national policy manager for the Alcohol and Drug Foundation Geoff Munro.