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Evaluation of the Peer Education component of the Young Nungas Yarning Together program

by Bentley M

Report
Year 2008
City Adelaide
Institution Australian Drug and Alcohol Council (SA) Inc
Date August 2008

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  • Young Nungas yarning together

    Run by the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council South Australia in collaboration with the Parks Community Health Service (CANHS), the Young Nungas yarning together program targeted Aboriginal young people aged between 12 to 18 years, recognising that this time in young people's lives may be one of significant change, and one where they may become exposed to risk taking activities.

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