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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Young Aboriginal drug and alcohol service (yAdas)

 

Overview

The Young Aboriginal drug and alcohol service (yAdas) provides culturally relevant, clinically based programs and partnerships to engage the young Aboriginal community with a focus on early intervention, education, and harm minimisation around substance use and mental health issues.

yAdas is a free, confidential service in the northern Tasmanian region (including the Furneaux Islands) that works with young Aboriginal people aged 12-25 years.

Cornerstone Youth Service Inc works with Relationships Australia: Tasmania in delivering this service.

Abstract adapted from Cornerstone Youth Services Inc

Contacts

Young Aboriginal drug and alcohol service
Cornerstone Youth Services Inc
Corner Wellington and Brisbane Street
Launceston Tas 7250
Ph: (03) 6335 3100

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Last updated: 25 September 2014
 
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