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Adelaide’s Southern Older Persons Mental Health Service has seen a recent increase in the number of clients presenting with AOD problems, with alcohol being the predominant drug of concern.
NDARC has developed a series of videos to help health care professionals support pregnant women who use alcohol or other drugs.
Key findings from the 2016 National Drug Strategy Household Survey (NDSHS) have been released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
To celebrate the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre’s 30th anniversary the NDARC Annual Symposium will be held over two days in 2017.
Dr Ken Pidd has been invited to share his wealth of knowledge, experience and ground-breaking work on AOD-related workplace issues at the Foundation House Gala Dinner on 29 July 2017.
Over the past 16 months more than 9,300 workers across Australia and internationally have used NCETA’s highly acclaimed free, comprehensive and evidence-based online resource Ice: Training for Frontline Workers.
A new NDRI report illuminates lived experiences of alcohol and other drug addiction or dependence in Australia.
A new report on the social costs of methamphetamine in Australia has been published by NDRI.
Two new NDRI-led projects aim to transform mental health and drug and alcohol services to provide culturally appropriate access for Aboriginal people.
NDRI’s Ted Wilkes and Dennis Gray will present a free webinar on Thursday 11 May on addressing harmful alcohol and other drug use among Aboriginal Australians
NDARC has acknowledged the outstanding work of four staff members via the 2016 NDARC Awards.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements Grants Fund.
Page last updated: Thursday 15 June 2017