Why WANADA?

Alcohol and other drugs (AOD) are a health and social issue that impacts the whole community. The alcohol and other drug sector in Western Australia provides highly skilled services to meet the diverse needs of people in our community. The Western Australian Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (WANADA) is committed to supporting services to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and other drugs.

WANADA is driven by the passion and hard work of our member agencies, which include community drug services, therapeutic communities and residential rehabilitation centres, sobering-up shelters, harm reduction services, and counselling services. WANADA is the independent voice on alcohol and other drug sector issues throughout WA.

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Drugspeak December 2014

WANADAThereIsABetterFine

Drugspeak December 2014 features news from the WA alcohol and other drug sector, including projects that engage people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in prevention and education

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WANADA Celebrates 30 Years

Terry Murphy and Rev George Davies

WANADA celebrated 30 years at its 2014 Annual General Meeting and Sector Forum on Thursday 20 November 2014 at the WA Basketball Centre.

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AOD Sector Briefing on DAO / MHC Amalgamation

Neil Guard, Tim Marney and WANADA CEO Jill Rundle

WANADA members gathered to learn more about the amalgamation of the Drug and Alcohol Office and the Mental Health Commission at a Sector Briefing held on Tuesday 16 September in Maylands.

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The Green Book Blog

Green Book Versions of the Joint Directory

The Green Book Blog complements the Green Book Directory of Alcohol & other Drug and Mental Health Services in WA, opening the book on alcohol and other drug services..

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