This resource from Turning Point, although now 7 years old, may be of interest to clinicians. Click here to download.
The Review of Drug Use and Services Responses in North West Tasmania which was initiated following reports of increasing use of crystalline methamphetamine (ice) has now been released. Click here to download the report.
A Skills Fund training and assessment opportunity from TasTAFE and ATDC
A full day training with Caraniche trainers for ATOD community sector workers who work with clients with ATOD use and offending behaviours
Contact email@example.com if you would be interested in participating in this training
These half – three quarter hour session can be viewed at your own convenience
Holyoake Tasmania Inc. (Holyoake) is a non-profit organisation, which offers a range of group or individual counselling programs for people affected by their own or another’s addictive behaviour or substance misuse. Holyoake was founded in 1975 in Western Australia when a small group of alcohol and drug dependent people were concerned about the…
Helping young people to live free from addiction Live Free Tassie helps young people to live free from life controlling problems. Our programs empower young people to make positive lifestyle choices to maximise their potential and destiny. At Live Free Tassie, we provide recovery opportunities that focus on holistic healing. Our…
On 6 September 2012, the ATDC hosted Dr Frederick Altice, of Yale School of Medicine for a one hour information session in Hobart.
Download the MS Producer interactive presentation or the MS Media Player version.
This resource has been developed by UnitingCare ReGen an alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria and Tasmania. ReGen is a not-for-profit agency, which has over 40 years experience delivering a comprehensive range of AOD services to the community.