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ATDC Bus Tours

If you work in neighbourhood houses, the mental health, justice, child protection, employment or disability sectors, then this is your opportunity to become familiar with drug and alcohol services in your area. Join an ATDC bus tour around local service providers and find out about AOD issues, referral processes and how you can help clients…

ATDC Budget Priority Statement 2017-2018

The ATDC submission to the Tasmanian Government highlights the essential funding required for the ATOD community sector. The 2017-2018 ATDC Budget Priority Statement can be found here.

Survey

Hollie Wilson and Fotina Hardy from the School of Psychology & Counselling, and the School of Social Work & Human Services at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) are conducting a study on enhancing tertiary education pathways for graduates in the alcohol and other drug (AOD) field. They are looking for AOD practitioners to complete a 10-15…

ATDC Workforce Survey now open

Welcome to the fourth Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council Tas Inc (ATDC) Biennial Workforce Survey for the alcohol, tobacco and other drugs sector. We seek your support in completing this survey and ask that you are candid in your responses so that we can ensure an accurate picture of our workforce. The more representative…

Neighbourhood Houses Tours

Neighbourhood Houses have a lot on offer to assist people recovering from substance use issues.  Neighbourhood Houses can provide: social support and a sense of belonging activities to help rebuild confidence, including literacy programs and other training opportunities opportunities to volunteer and contribute Neighbourhood Houses also offer a safe and welcoming place for workers to…

Regional ATDC Member Meetings (RAMMS)

Dear ATDC Members   The ATDC would like to invite you to attend the upcoming Regional Member Meeting (RAMMS) in your region. These meetings are regularly convened across the State to provide the ATDC membership with an opportunity to raise any local issues relating to service delivery or policy matters and to ensure that the…

ATDC Stakeholder Survey

REMINDER – ATDC Stakeholder Survey Filling out the survey helps us adjust what we do for members each year. Please access the survey here. The survey relates to ATDC’s performance in the previous 12 months. The purpose of the survey is to assist the ATDC to build its effectiveness as the peak body for the alcohol,…

Anglicare Social Action and Research Centre Survey

Anglicare’s Social Action and Research Centre extends a warm request for your feedback. Your views on what they do well, where they could improve, and anything else you think they need to know, are greatly appreciated. It is anonymous and will take about 5-10 minutes.  Click here to go to the survey.

DRINK THING – Alcohol and You

DRINK THING is the culmination of collaboration between the Department of Health and Human Services led by the Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Directorate with assistance from DHHS Communications, the Departments of Education and Police, Fire and Emergency Management, the Alcohol and Drug Services and the Drug Education Network through the cross-agency steering committee.  A…

Men wanted for ambo research

The research is part of the a National study called Beyond the Emergency, which is being conducted by Monash University in partnership with ambulance services across Australia and in collaboration with Turning Point and Victoria University with funding from Movember Foundation. They are looking to recruit males over 18 who had called for an ambulance…