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Queensland Indigenous Substance Misuse Council (QISMC)

 

Description

The Queensland Indigenous Substance Misuse Council (QISMC) is an association of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled alcohol and other drugs agencies which are located in various sites across the state of Queensland.

Community controlled alcohol and other drug services are initiated by local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to deliver holistic and culturally appropriate care to people within their communities.

Services provided for men, women and young people include:

Agencies are located across Queensland, delivering services in remote, rural and urban settings. Services are located in Cairns, Townsville, Palm Island, Mt Isa, Yarrabah, Cleveland, Rockhampton, New Farm, Coolangatta, Cherbourg, Hervey Bay, Bundaberg and Fortitude Valley.

Abstract adapted from Queensland Indigenous Substance Misuse Council (QISMC)

Contacts

Queensland Indigenous Substance Misuse Council (QISMC)
120 Spence Street,
Cairns Qld 4870
Ph: (07) 4030 0988
Fax: (07) 4051 7940
Email: eddie.fewings@qaihc.com.au

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Last updated: 7 September 2017
 
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