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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Youth wellbeing project

 

Overview

The Youth wellbeing project, was run by Council for Aboriginal Alcohol Program Services Inc. (CAAPS) and aimed to increase the capacity of Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory (NT) affected by alcohol and other drugs, with a focus on petrol sniffing. This project aimed to respond to the need for education around substance use and minimise the harm associated with substance use. The overall goals for the Youth wellbieng project included a decrease in crime related to petrol sniffing and the improvement of the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous communities.

The Youth wellbeing project had the following objectives:

Funding for the Youth wellbeing project was ceased in 2013.

Council for Aboriginal Alcohol Program Services Inc abstract

Contacts

Council for Aboriginal Alcohol Program Services Inc
60 Boulter Road
PMB 22
Berrimah NT 0828
Ph: (08) 8922 4800
Ph: 1800 894 800
Email: caaps@caaps.org.au

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Last updated: 27 November 2013
 
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