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Providing the evidence base to reduce harmful AOD use in
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
The Drug and Alcohol Office of Western Australia (WA) received funding over four years to develop a suite of culturally secure Aboriginal Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) prevention initiatives and resources. The WA FASD Prevention Aboriginal Consultation Forum 2010 was held to seek the input and guidance of senior Aboriginal professionals, Aboriginal community members, and people who provide services to Aboriginal people, into the project's development.
The project has three elements:
The Strong spirit strong future program's specific aims are to:
The Strong spirit strong future project commenced in July 2010 and was funded by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Indigenous Early Childhood Development National Partnership Agreement, after an extensive consultation and endorsement process led by Aboriginal Regional Health Planning Forums across Western Australia.
Abstract adapted from Drug and Alcohol Office of Western Australia
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Strong spirit strong future project
The Strong spirit strong future project was developed by the Drug and Alcohol Office of WA to produce, among other aims, culturally secure Aboriginal Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) resources. A media campaign, including audiovisual resources in the form of video and radio advertisements, was produced as part of this project.
These audiovisual resources include:
Abstract adapted from the Drug and Alcohol Office of Western Australia