Aboriginal AOD Worker Forum 2016 Presentations
Thanks to all participants and to our speakers, many of whom have allowed us to share their presentations:
- pdf Increase Client Agency Regular Engagement Program – (ICARE) - Midwest Community Alcohol and Drug Service, Alex McIntosh, A/Regional Aboriginal Health Coordinator, WACHS-Midwest (1.47 MB) .
- pdf Wumma Wundi Aboriginal People Overcoming Drugs, Barron Bonney, Joni Jones and Caroline Rundle, Goldfields Rehabilitation Services Inc (1.16 MB) .
- pdf Wumma Wandi Goldfields Collaboration - Dianne Logan and Dena Rundle, Bega Garnbirringu Health Service, and Joshua Rogers, Hope Community Services - Goldfields Community Alcohol and Drug Service (2.13 MB) .
- pdf What Works for the Katanning Community, Meryl Hansen, Palmerston Association Katanning (1.92 MB) .
- pdf Family Camp - Community-led Social Emotional Wellbeing Project, Patricia Morrison, Palmerston Association (1.26 MB) .
- pdf “Are we up to speed?” Responding to methamphetamine-related harm, Paul Dessauer Outreach Coordinator Western Australian Substance Users Association (WASUA) (2.04 MB) .
- pdf Responding to volatile substance use, Angela Rizk, Coordinator - Volatile Substances Program, Mental Health Commission (1.13 MB) .
- pdf Why has our prison population increased so quickly and how can we tackle the causes? Neil Morgan, Inspector of Custodial Services (1.23 MB) .
- pdf Complex Connections - Family violence, alcohol and other drugs, and child protection, Mandy Gadsdon, Executiv Director - Aboriginal Engagement and Coordination, Department for Child Protection and Family Support (1.35 MB) .
- pdf Providing access to culturally appropriate resources for Aboriginal maternal smoking prevention workers via online portal, Trish O’Hara and Kahlia McCausland, Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (4.20 MB) .
- pdf AOD Knowledge Centre, Kathy Ride and Trish O'Hara, Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, Edith Cowan University (3.49 MB) .
WANADA in partnership with the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service and Milliya Rumurra Aboriginal Corporation hosted the 2016 Aboriginal Alcohol and Other Drug Worker Forum on 28 and 29 April 2016 at The Rise in Maylands. The forum included the 2016 Strong Spirit Strong Mind Awards.
Thanks to the Mental Health Commission and Lotterywest for their support.