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Alcohol and other drugs Indigenous communities project



The Alcohol and other drugs Indigenous communities project is a three year project run by Amity Community Services, and funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. The project is aimed at reducing the health and social harms associated with volatile substance use in the Top End region of the Northern Territory.

The purposes of the project are to:

Abstract adapted from Amity Community Services


Annette Mageean
Alcohol and other drugs Indigenous communities project coordinator
Email: annette@amity.org.au

Amity Community Services
Ph: (08) 8944 6565
Fax: (08) 8981 8456
Email: habitwise@amity.org.au

Evaluated publications

Entwistle P, Entwistle D, Piper K, Stothers K, Centre for Remote Health (2011)

AOD Indigenous Communities Project 2009-2011 : final evaluation report.

Darwin: Amity Community Services

Entwhistle P, Entwhistle D (2012)

First review of alcohol and drugs (AOD) Indigenous communities project (2011-2014) May 2012.

Darwin: Amity Community Services

Entwistle P, Piper K, Ford S, Burch J (2007)

Retailers responsible sale of solvents project: evaluation final report.

Canberra: Centre for Remote Health and Australian Rural Health Education Network


Last updated: 16 October 2014
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