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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Youth alcohol and drugs program

 

Overview

The Youth alcohol and drugs program, run by the Indigenous Wellbeing Centre (IWC) in Queensland, provides alcohol and other drug initiatives and support programs for individuals, families and the wider community

Working predominantly with young people aged 12 - 24 years, the program works with the purpose of re-engagement into educational, vocational and cultural pathways. Clients seeking support are provided with an initial comprehensive assessment to assist in identifying individual needs and goals to which the program is then tailored to meet those needs and goals. Individual plans are reviewed regularly; ensuring changing needs are met, including provision of a suitable time frame within the program.

Abstract adapted from Indigenous Wellbeing Centre (IWC)

Contacts

Indigenous Wellbeing Centre
41 Woongarra Street
PO Box 1963
Bundaberg Qld 6470
Ph: 1300 492 492
Fax: (07) 4145 5521

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Last updated: 22 January 2014
 
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