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NSW Aboriginal Residential Healing and Drug and Alcohol Network (NARHDAN)

 

Description

The NSW Aboriginal Residential Rehabilitation Healing Drug and Alcohol Network (NARHDAN) is a network made up of chief executive officers and senior managers of Aboriginal residential rehabilitation services in New South Wales (NSW).

The network meets quarterly to support each other and advocate for issues, to share and develop culturally sound best practice principals, knowledge and experience as well as aiming to be the key consultative group at both state and national levels in regards to Aboriginal residential rehabilitation services in NSW.

NSW Aboriginal Residential Rehabilitation Healing Drug and Alcohol Network abstract

Contacts

Kristie Harrison
Senior ADAN Project Officer AH&MRC of NSW
Ph: (02) 9212 4777
Email: kharrison@ahmrc.org.au

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Last updated: 15 April 2014
 
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