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Aboriginal Diversion Unit (ADU)

 

Overview

The Aboriginal Diversion Unit (ADU) program, funded via the Victorian Department of Health, aims to work collaboratively with the Australian Community Support Organisation (ASCO) to improve the access of Aboriginal forensic clients to alcohol and other drug treatment and brokerage supports.

The program provides training and professional development opportunities around understandings of the forensic system and compliance processes for the state-wide network of Koori AOD workers, Drug Diversion Workers and Community Corrections Officers. Logistical support is also provided for workers in:

Abstract adapted from Ngwala Willumbong Co-operative Ltd

Contacts

Ngwala Willumbong Co-operative Ltd
Head Office
93 Wellington Street
PO Box 361
St Kilda Vic 3182
Ph: (03) 9510 3233
Fax: (03) 9510 6288
Email: reception@ngwala.org.au

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Last updated: 26 July 2017
 
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Australia's National Research Centre on AOD Workforce Development National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre National Drug Research Institute