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Community reinforcement and family training (CRAFT) for rural Aboriginal families



This research project was run by the Lyndon Community's Research and Training Program branch and funded by the Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council from January 2010 to December 2012. It aimed to assess the acceptability, feasibility and likely cost-effectiveness of a family focused intervention for Indigenous individuals with alcohol dependence, delivered in the context of routine Indigenous-specific, health-care services.

Abstract adapted from Lyndon Community


The Lyndon Community
PO Box 9374
Orange East 2800
Ph: (02) 6361 2300
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Related publications

Shakeshaft A, Clifford A, Tsey K, Allan J, Doran C, Rose M, MacQueen R, Calabria B (2011)

The acceptability of a family based alcohol intervention to Indigenous clients of a rural Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service and Drug and Alcohol Treatment Agency.

Paper presented at the CRIAH Aboriginal Health Research 2011 Conference. 5-6 May 2011, Sydney


Last updated: 2 October 2013
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