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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Aboriginal families and carers training (AFACT) project

 

Overview

The Aboriginal families and carers training (AFACT) project has been developed by the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Health as part of the NSW Health Families and carers training (FACT) project. This project was created in response to the need for a range of services and resources to support families and carers of people who use alcohol and other drugs. As part of the AFACT project, the following publications and resources have been produced:

Abstract adapted from New South Wales Department of Health

Contacts

New South Wales Department of Health
73 Miller Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
Ph: (02) 9391 9000
Ph: (02) 9391 9900 (Telephone typewriter)
Fax: (02) 9391 9101

Streetwize Communications
6/245 Chalmers Street
Redfern NSW 2016
Ph: (612) 9319 0220
Fax: (612) 9319 5553
Email: stwize@streetwize.com.au

Related publications

AFACT NSW - no shame, no blame! (2007)

New South Wales Department of Health

This resource package contains information designed to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and carers affected by alcohol and other drug (AOD) issues.

The resources consist of:

The resources were developed under the Aboriginal families and carers training (AFACT) project to assist people coping with a loved one experiencing AOD issues.

Abstract adapted from New South Wales Department of Health

Evaluated publications

Kenney S, Malone F, Beyond Consulting (2007)

Aboriginal information and support needs assessment for families and carers.

Sydney: New South Wales Department of Health

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Last updated: 27 February 2014
 
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