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This project aims to develop a unique intervention that increases the engagement of Aboriginal young people with youth mental health services.
This project examines the extra-medical use of oxycodone in Australia as a new tamper-resistant formulation of OxyContin is due to be introduced to the market.
This NDRI project will investigate the effectiveness of current internet interventions and examine means of improving access, engagement and retention in internet interventions targeting substance use problems and disorders.
This pilot study explores the role of criminal and family law in the identification and management of addictions.
This project involves the development of an information kit on methadone maintenance treatment for parliamentarians, local government, prison and health department officers and GPs.
This NDRI project aims to refine knowledge and understanding of the trajectories and natural history of injecting drug use.
NCETA and Family Drug Support have developed a guide to assist families struggling with AOD-related violence.
The project concerns the design, implementation and evaluation of strategies to reduce alcohol-related harm in the workplace.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements Grants Fund.
Page last updated: Tuesday 8 August 2017