DOVETAIL GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE 4 “LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER: WORKING WITH ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER YOUNG PEOPLE”

June 14, 2018

DOVETAIL GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE 4 “LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER: WORKING WITH ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER YOUNG PEOPLE”

Working with young people who are using alcohol and other drugs in a problematic way can be a tricky space. Throughout the Dovetail lifespan five good practice guides have been developed, drawing from worker's practice wisdom and research in the field. We have recently re-printed "Learning From Each Other: Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Young People" and free copies are available for order now. This Guide was developed over a period of 18 months in consultation with frontline Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers and services from across Queensland. It contains valuable commentary, information, tools, case studies and practical resources to assist workers, services and communities to enhance their practice with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.


If you'd like to order a free hard copy, email info@dovetail.org.au with your postal address.  To read online go here.