RESOURCES TO SUPPORT WORK WITH ABORIGINAL YOUNG PEOPLE IN REMOTE COMMUNITIES

March 31, 2017

RESOURCES TO SUPPORT WORK WITH ABORIGINAL YOUNG PEOPLE IN REMOTE COMMUNITIES

In 2015, Dovetail received a small grant from Feb Fast in order to increase access to tools and resources that support alcohol and other drug work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. Throughout the development of the Dovetail good practice guide "Learning from each other: Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young People" a range of resources were identified. The Remote AOD Program from the Northern Territory developed a series of resources including a Brief Wellbeing Screener, and resources designed to support direct client work around cannabis, alcohol, methamphetamine as well as a resource around alcohol and pregnancy. Dovetail has re-printed these resources and they are available free of charge to any worker or community who would like them.

View the resources at the Remote AOD Workforce Program website

If you would like to order free copies of the Remote AOD resources, email info@dovetail.org.au