Proudly hosted by the Aboriginal Drug & Alcohol Council (SA) Inc.

THE 4th NATIONAL INDIGENOUS DRUG & ALCOHOL CONFERENCE

Showing Initiative: AOD Interventions Required to Close the Gap by 2030 The 4th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference is being held in Adelaide, South Australia at the Stamford Grand from 11 – 14 October 2016.

Registrations Are Now Open

Please select any of the options below to visit the registration page and purchase your tickets for the 4th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference 2016.

Super Early Bird Registration

$660.00

This registration option provides you a place at the conference for the duration from the 12th to the 14th of October 2016.

This also includes a seat at the Conference dinner per ticket holder.

This special offer pricing will only be available until Midnight the 31st of May

Pre Conference Workshop

$295.00

For the first time the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference will include a pre-Conference workshop.
This workshop will focus on amphetamine type stimulants including crystal meth or ‘ice’ as it is commonly referred to. This will provide delegates with an opportunity to learn more about these substances and what interventions can be utilised to address the harmful effects of their use.

Limited seating available.

Conference Dinner

$100.00

Purchase an additional seat or seats for the Conference Dinner.

Call For Abstracts

The Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council, SA (ADAC) is accepting submissions for the following types:

  • Speakers.
  • Workshop presenters.

When submitting online, please select one of the above options.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

Abstracts must be submitted by Tuesday 31 May 2016. Click here to create an account and begin the submission process.

To help with your Abstract submission, please download our Speaker Guidelines in PDF format, the guidelines covers an array of topics you’ll need to address to ensure that you can be a part of the Conference.

 

The 4th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference is being held in Glenelg, South Australia at the Stamford Grand from 11 – 14 October 2016.

The theme of the Conference is Showing Initiative: AOD Interventions Required to Close the Gap by 2030.

The Conference will highlight the contributing role that harmful alcohol and other drugs use has on the health and life expectancy of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the interventions that are required to close the life equality gap that exists between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians by the year 2030.

It will also highlight emerging alcohol and other drug related issues that are threatening to further increase the gap if effective interventions are not utilized.

For the first time the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference will include a pre-Conference workshop. This workshop will focus on amphetamine type stimulants including crystal meth or ‘ice’ as it is commonly referred to. This will provide delegates with an opportunity to learn more about these substances and what interventions can be utilized to address the harmful effects of their use.

This focus will continue into the Conference itself where a yarning circle will be held to develop an Indigenous specific response to the effects these drugs are having on individuals, families and communities.

The Conference commences in

136Days
19Hours
30Mins
29Secs

Conference Sponsors

SA Health DASSA
Nunkuwarrin Yunti
Queensland Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies
Uniting Communities - Aboriginal Community Connect
NDRI
Red Dust

Call for Sponsors

Download the Conference Prospectus for all the information required to support our event.
Sponsorship is sought to cover costs for holding the Conference.
As a key stakeholder, your contribution towards supporting this Conference is a valuable and meaningful way to make a difference to the lives of those affected by harmful alcohol and drug use and its associated harm.

  • Your department / organisation has an opportunity to support this event by:
  • Contributing funding to the event through a selection of sponsorship packages.

Being a Trade Exhibitor.
There is a range of sponsorship options available to suit you. There is also the flexibility of negotiating a package to suit your needs. By contributing to this event, the Sponsor or Exhibitor agrees to acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians of the land on which the Conference is being held.

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