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2014

Alcohol management plan minimum standards: frequently asked questions (2014)

Department of Social Services

This factsheet describes the use of Alcohol management plans in Indigenous communities. Information is provided on:

  • what Alcohol management plans are
  • how Alcohol management plans benefit the community
  • how communities can be supported to develop Alcohol management plans
  • what are the minimum standards
  • how communities and government can make sure plans are working
  • alcohol restrictions in relation to Alcohol management plans.

Abstract adapted from Department of Social Services

2012

Northern Territory Government (2012)

Enough is enough: alcohol reform report July 2011 to end March 2012.

Darwin: Northern Territory Government

2011

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Incorporated (2011)

Rebuilding family life in Alice Springs and Central Australia: the social and community dimensions of change for our people.

Alice Springs, NT: Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Incorporated

Northern Territory Government (2011)

Enough is enough: alcohol reform report 20 October 2011.

Darwin: Northern Territory Government

2009

MacKeith S, Gray D, Chikritzhs TN (2009)

Review of Moving beyond the restrictions: the evaluation of the Alice Springs Alcohol Management Plan : a report prepared for the Alice Springs People's Alcohol Action Coalition.

Perth: National Drug Research Institute

 
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