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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Remote alcohol and other drugs workforce program

 

Overview

The Remote alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce program is a service that extends across 17 remote communities in the Northern Territory, employing local people to work within their own community. The remote AOD worker provides both appropriate support for clients, carers and families affected by AOD issues as well as community development activities that increase the capacity for AOD service provision at the local level.

The Remote AOD workforce program is located within primary health care centres and includes Northern Territory Department of Health and Aboriginal Medical Services AOD.

Abstract adapted from Remote Alcohol and Other Drugs Workforce Program

Contacts

Remote alcohol and other drugs workforce program
Ph: (08) 8951 7808
Email: info@remoteaod.com.au

Related publications

Footprints across the Territory (2016)

Footprints across the Territory.

Retrieved 2016 from http://remoteaod.com.au/

This website is an online portal for remote alcohol and other drugs (AOD) workers who are based in regional and remote areas of the Northern Territory (NT).

The website was developed as part of the Remote AOD workforce program, which employs local people to work as AOD workers within their own communities, and extends across 17 remote communities in the NT.

Footprints across the Territory provides tools and resources for direct client and service delivery as well as community development, and includes presentations, clinical tools and videos.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

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Last updated: 31 March 2016
 
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