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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Dthina yuwali

 

Overview

Dthina yuwali (meaning 'tracking footprints' in the Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay language) was a culturally appropriate alcohol and other drugs program targeted at young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders in custody in New South Wales.

It was delivered by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal staff, often with input from Elders. Elders provide participants with knowledge about culture, including area specific culture.

Abstract adapted from the Department of Juvenile Justice New South Wales

Contacts

Department of Justice, NSW
Juvenile Justice
Central Office
Level 2, Henry Deane Building
20 Lee Street
Sydney NSW 2000
GPO Box 31
Sydney NSW 2001
Ph: (02) 8346 1333
Fax: (02) 8346 1560
Email: juvenilejustice@djj.nsw.gov.au

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Last updated: 7 August 2015
 
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