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Media archive

Media > Media archive

Media archive The Alcohol and Drug Foundation’s media team is readily available to help journalists with their media enquiries, with a range of spokespeople available to share their expertise on different alcohol and other drug-related…

2017 National AOD Award Winners

2017 National AOD Awards > 2017 National AOD Award Winners

2017 Alcohol and Other Drug Excellence and Innovation Award Winners

There’s a role for all of us in preventing FASD

Best practice & resources > There’s a role for all of us in preventing FASD

There’s a role for all of us in preventing FASD When thinking about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), it’s easy to focus on encouraging pregnant women not to drink. The reality is that FASD will…

Breaking the ice

Programs > Breaking the ice

Breaking the ice

Advocacy

About ADF > Advocacy

Advocacy We influence change in policy and systems Supported by the latest evidence, we advocate for change in policy and practice within government, society and business. This includes reducing the misinformation and stigma about alcohol…

Module 3 Brimbank project

Young people and AOD > Module 3 Brimbank project

Working with migrant and multicultural communities The Brimbank Young Men’s Project (BYMP) is a youth-led program run by the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY). The program works with young African men aged between 16-25 years…

evaluation-surveys

toolkit-evaluation > evaluation-surveys

Writing surveys Surveys may be one of the first things we consider when we think about evaluation, but they aren’t always as easy to design as they might seem. Below are some examples of the things…

CDAT conference wrap-up

Best practice & resources > CDAT conference wrap-up

The big conference wrap-up Across two days in November 2016, representatives from over 70 CDATs came together to share ideas and insights, celebrate achievements and set goals for the future. Highlights We’re stronger together: CDAT attendees were…

Breaking the ice wrap-up

Breaking the ice > Breaking the ice wrap-up

Breaking the ice is wrapping up The “Breaking the ice in our community” project has almost come to an end and we are about to release our last resource to support the Aboriginal component of…

Connecting Diversity

Programs > Connecting Diversity

Connecting Diversity The Connecting Diversity project, funded by VicHealth, will focus on strengthening primary prevention around alcohol and its related harms within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities. About Connecting Diversity Starting in 2017, the…

CDAT awards

Case studies > CDAT awards

The 2016 CDAT Awards  

Our people

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How to run a forum – Step 4

Breaking the ice – How to run a forum > How to run a forum – Step 4

How to run a forum – Step 4  Engage local experts The ADF, either through its Sydney office staff or the designated SCDO for each region, can help CDATs connect with potential speakers, such as…

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors

Long-term survey points to significance of childhood risk factors New research from New Zealand highlights the potential for primary prevention strategies to minimise ‘harm’ by targeting ‘high-cost’ groups from a very young age. As we…

Relapse

Supporting a loved one > Relapse

Relapse What is relapse? Recovering from a dependence on alcohol or another drug is a process that can take time.1 A relapse (or multiple relapses) is one part of the recovery process from alcohol and other…

Our purpose, mission and focus

About ADF > Our purpose, mission and focus

Our Purpose To prevent and minimise the harm caused by alcohol and other drugs in Australia. Each year in Australia: 5,500 people die from alcohol related injuries, illness and accidents. 157,000 people are hospitalised due…

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