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Promo kits

Please find below a selection of content grabs that can be re-purposed for distribution across your channels to promote the LDAT program and grants.

The content below has been developed with particular channels in mind, so there is different content for posting on your website, social media and sharing via email.

You may also wish to use the A3 program summary, print it out and post it on your notice board.

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New: Local Drug Action Teams Program

Purpose: Empowering communities to identify and respond to local alcohol and drug harm

Grants round 1  closes 8 Feb 2017

Grants from $21,000-$40,000 available

The objective of the Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) program is to help communities work together to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug harms.

The $19.2 million program will be implemented by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) across Australia between 2016 and 2020. It will provide a platform and the resources to support communities to develop and deliver evidence-informed social change projects that prevent and reduce alcohol and drug harm.

By 2020, there will be up to 220 communities actively involved in the program. Communities are invited to form groups with cross-sector representatives and apply to become an LDAT. Successful LDATs can apply for grant funding once they have developed a community action plan.

Over the coming months and years, a wide range of resources will be developed to support communities to implement evidence-informed approaches to alcohol and drug harm prevention.

More information here.

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Do you want to create impact around alcohol and drugs?

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation is calling for applications to become a Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) and receive a grant of up to $40,000!

We’re excited to announce that funding from the Australian Government, in response to the 2015 National Ice Action Strategy, will see the creation of up to 220 LDATs across Australia.

The first round of grants closes on 8 Feb 2017. More information here.

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Are you part of a well-organised community group? Do you want to create impact in AOD? Up to $40k available.

Be part of the LDAT program. Apply for funding here

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TOPIC: NATIONAL FUNDING FOR LOCAL DRUG ACTION TEAMS

Dear (insert agency/organisation name),

We are excited to be writing to you to inform your organisation that the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) has officially launched its Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) program.

What does this mean for you?

We are encouraging your organisation to find out if it’s eligible to become an LDAT and apply for up to $40,000 in funding.

The $19.2 million LDAT Program has been funded by the Australian Government in response to the 2015 National Ice Action Strategy.

The objective of the LDAT Program is to help communities work together to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug harms. LDATs will play a key role in implementing unique prevention programs that are tailored to their community’s issues.

The first round of grant funding closes on 8 February 2017 .

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The program will be developed by the ADF across Australia between 2016 and 2020. It will provide a platform and the resources to support communities to develop and deliver evidence-informed social change projects that prevent alcohol and drug harm.

By 2020, there will be up to 220 communities actively involved in the program. Successful LDATs can apply for grant funding once they have developed a community action plan.

The Commonwealth Government is committed to addressing the seriousness of illegal drugs and alcohol. It’s critical for communities to be at the heart of the solution, if we are to prevent harm.

We look forward to watching the LDAT journey unfold.

Find out how to become an LDAT here.

Kind regards,

(Insert name and position here)