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NIDAC20 Presentation Downloads

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Day 1 – Wednesday 24th March 2021
Ballroom 3 Bunjilwarra – Koori Youth Alcohol & Drug Healing Service Buladu Ngarrgu Grow Knowledge Aboriginal Cultural Education Program My role as Aboriginal support worker in a Assertive Community Outreach team
Ballroom 4 SUPPORTING ABORIGINALCOMMUNITY CONTROLLED HEALTH SERVICES Supporting Aboriginal Medical Services with alcohol care Aboriginal Corporation for Drug & Alcohol Network NSW ADAN
Ballroom 5 Working Together in Prison-Based Therapeutic Drug and Alcohol Treatment: A Cultural / Clinical Model Alcohol and other drug treatment in prison The Aboriginal Post Release Pathways Program
Day 2 – Thursday 25th March 2021
Ballroom 3

Alcohol & family violence in the East Kimberley

Alcohol management & alcohol-related family violence in Indigenous North-West Australia

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women Guiding Service Planning
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Whole of Community Response
Ballroom 4 Measuring performance of AOD treatment services: what is important to Aboriginal clients Dont Judge and Listen – Experiences and stigma related to problematic alcohol annd other drug use. An introduction to evidence-based practice and clinical research
Ballroom 5 Pathways to Healing through Justice Interventions in the NW Region of SA “Even though you hate everything that’s going on, you know they are safer at home.” Aboriginal
families and kinship role in methamphetamine related harm reduction and their support needs
Day 3 – Friday 26th March 2021
Ballroom 3 Constructs of care and healing: the value of First Nations’
knowledges and experiences.