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Aboriginal connection program



The Aboriginal connection program aims to assist Aboriginal people with alcohol and other drug use issues and complex needs in the inner city and metropolitan areas of Adelaide. The program uses an assessment, case planning and case work approach in transitioning clients through the relevant alcohol and other drug use interventions and treatment stages (including assessment, detoxification, and rehabilitation). The program is based on an outreach model of care and works collaboratively with existing inner city services.

The Aboriginal connection program is managed by Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia
161 Greenhill Road
Parkside SA 5063
Ph: (08) 8274 3333
Mobile: 0435 960 984
Fax: (08) 8274 3399

Help and advice:
Alcohol and Drug Information Service
Ph: 1300 13 1340
(24-hour confidential counselling & information)

Related publications

Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (2011)

South Australian alcohol and other drug strategy 2011-2016.

Adelaide: Government of South Australia


Last updated: 1 March 2016
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