This submission includes five priorities for the 2022–23 Tasmanian State Budget and has been developed through comprehensive consultation with our members. The funding requests reflect shared sector priorities, and are all aligned with, and support the Reform Agenda for the Alcohol and Other Drugs Sector, and Our Healthcare Future.
What do we need?
ATDC Lived Experience Advocate Service ($372,000 over 3 years)
ATOD Data Sharing Project ($640,000 over 3 years)
Five-year funding agreements for community‑managed ATOD services (until 30 June 2027)
Community ATOD Peer Workers ($1.02 million over 3 years)
Community-based withdrawal beds ($4.9 million across 3 years)
Postal: PO Box 4702 Bathurst Street PO, Hobart TAS 7000
The ATDC acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal community as the traditional custodians of Tasmania and recognises the importance of working together.
The ATDC gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support provided by the Tasmanian Department of Health, Primary Health Tasmania and the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care.
Quality Innovation Performance Accredited.
The ATDC is a Quality Innovation Performance (QIP) accredited organisation against the Australian Service Excellence Standards (ASES).