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Pathways Program

 

Overview

The Pathways Program is run by the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service in Perth, Western Australia. It is a voluntary program for people in correctional facilities to reflect on their past criminal activities and alcohol and other drug use, with the aim of developing strategies for self-improvement and change.

The program focuses on developing knowledge, skills, commitment and plans to support sustained change including preventing relapse and recidivism. The program is based on Wanberg and Milkman's Criminal conduct and substance abuse treatment strategies for self-improvement and change: pathways to responsible living.

Abstract adapted from Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service (AADS)

Contacts

Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service (AADS)
211 Royal Street
East Perth WA 6004
PO Box 8105
Perth Business Centre WA 6848
Ph: (08) 9221 1411
Fax: (08) 9221 1585
Email: reception@aads.org.au

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Last updated: 17 March 2017
 
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