Free online training designed for mental health professionals treating parents with depression and/or anxiety to foster resilience in their children and the family unit
The ATDC conducts an annual Stakeholder Survey and the results are provided in the report below.
Each year the ATDC Board provides a report to the membership on progress against the Strategic Plan. To download a copy of the report follow the link below.
ATDC Submission to DPAC Community Engagement Framework Consultation
In 2012 the Minister for Children requested that the Department of Health and Human Services initiate the Continuum of Care project; the Minister also requested a supplementary project be completed by the Commissioner for Children in conjunction with this project, titled „Alternatives to Secure Detention for Youth in Tasmania‟. It is envisaged that this supplementary…
Independent Andrew Wilkie and the Greens Party responded to the ATDC letter requesting advice on their alcohol and drug policy. Follow the link to read the responses. It is extremely disappointing to have received nothing from either of the two major parties. What does this silence mean for the future of alcohol and drug policy in Tasmania?
Findings from the Inquiry into Alternatives to Secure Detention for Youth in Tasmania have been released. To read the report follow the link below. Alternatives-to-Secure-Youth-Detention-FINAL-2013
ATDC Submission on alternatives to secure detention for young people 2013
The Inter Agency Working Group on Drugs has released the Alcohol Legislative Scoping Study Report by Stenning and Associates. To view the report visit the Tasmanian Drug Strategy website. Stenning and Associates was commissioned by the ATDC on behalf of the IAWGD to identify options for consideration in the implementation of Tasmania’s overarching policy…
A free online course from Coursera delivered by Scott Plous from Wesleyan University