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Quitline Aboriginal Liaison Team (QALT) community engagement project

 

Overview

The Quitline Aboriginal Liaison Team (QALT) community engagement project is an initiative which aims to enhance and support the provision of culturally secure services to Aboriginal people in Western Australia (WA). This project is funded under the Tackling Indigenous smoking measure, and facilitated by the Alcohol and drug information service (ADIS) of the Drug and Alcohol Office of WA.

The project is based in the Perth metropolitan area, and uses a community engagement model to achieve the following objectives:

Abstract adapted from the Western Australian Drug and Alcohol conference

Contacts

Quitline
Ph: 13 78 48

Alcohol and drug information service (ADIS)
PO Box 126
Mt Lawley WA 6929
Ph: (08) 9442 5000
Toll free: 1800 198 024 (country)
Fax: (08) 9442 5020
Email: adis@health.wa.gov.au

Related publications

Keen J, Parfitt P (2012)

QALT community engagement project.

Paper presented at the Making it happen: improving services through collaboration: 2012 Western Australian Drug and Alcohol Conference. 6-8 August 2012, Burswood Convention Centre, Perth

Western Australian Quitline Aboriginal liaison project resource package (2011)

Quitline Aboriginal Liaison Team

This resource package contains information on the harms of tobacco use, and useful advice on quitting smoking. The resources were produced as part of the Western Australian Quitline Aboriginal Liaison Team (QALT) community engagement project.

The resource package contains six brochures and one poster:

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 23 January 2013
 
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