Prompt Cards

VAADA has produced sets of prompt cards – covering AOD, mental health, trauma informed care, CALD, Family Violence and LGBTI – designed to assist health and community service workers who may come across substance use in their work.

The cards provide a list of language appropriate prompts that are relevant to each topic and are aimed at improving efficient communication and referrals. They are hole-punched and suitable for attaching to ID swipe cards and lanyards for easy reference.

Ordering cards

  • The maximum order is 20 full sets of prompt cards.  The maximum order for individual sets is 20.  
  • Organisations within Victoria can order sets of prompt cards for free. 
  • Interstate organisations will be charged postage. Once you submit your order we will email you an invoice.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Organisations or individuals outside of Australia are unable to order cards.
AOD prompt cards set full size

Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD)

The AOD prompt cards cover Intoxication, Withdrawal, Risk Assessment and Response to Risk.

Mental Health (MH)

The MH prompt cards cover Mental State Examination, Risk Assessment and Management Plan.

Trauma informed card prompt cards full set

Trauma-informed Care (TIC)

The TIC cards provide information about the signs and symptoms of trauma, and useful questions and responses when managing distress.

Problem gambling prompt cards full set

Problem Gambling

The Problem Gambling cards cover signs and indications, risk factors, assessment and response management.

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse prompt card set

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD)

Developed in collaboration with the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health, the CALD cards provide information about engaging, communicating, and working with individuals from different ethnic communities.

Family Violence prompt card full set

Family Violence (FV)

There are 3 types of Family Violence prompt cards, one covers response to a victim of FV and another covers response to a perpetrator of FV and FV risk.  The third card provides information for a victim of FV who identifies as indigenous.

LGBTI prompt card set

Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI)

Developed in collaboration with Thorne Harbour Health, the cards provide tips on working with LGBTI people.