Victorian AOD Service Provider’s Conference has moved online: The Changing Landscape of AOD Service Delivery

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Victorian AOD Service Provider’s Conference has moved online: The Changing Landscape of AOD Service Delivery

18 June @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Victorian AOD Service Providers’ Conference 18 June 2019: ‘The Changing Landscape of AOD Service Delivery’

Friday, 18th June 2021, 9:00 am – 12:30 PM

Unfortunately due to the current restrictions, VAADA has moved the AOD Service Provider’s Conference to an Online Only format via Zoom. However, we still have an exciting set of presentations and breakouts including:

• Panel Discussion: MH Royal Commission – Opportunities and Risks for AOD Service Providers
• Pathways towards drug checking in Victoria
• Addiction neuroscience & the Quest for new Treatments
…see the updated program here.

Please support the event and join us online, from 9:00 am- 12:30 PM on Friday 18th June. Come for the full program or key presentations.

To register, visit here.

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Upon registration, Eventbrite will send you a confirmation email with a Zoom link to the General Sessions.

This email will also include options and registration links for the two breakout sessions outlined in the program. As these sessions will be run as meetings with limited space, registering for breakout rooms is essential.

We suggest you register for the breakout sessions at the time of booking your ticket and ask that you please only register for one breakout per session.

*If you have already registered for a face-to-face-ticket, your ticket has automatically been transferred to online, and you should have received an email notification. You do not need to register again.

VAADA has been funded by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to organise the Service Providers’ Conference.

The Service Providers’ Conference is for government-funded service providers of AOD treatment, We encourage CEOs, managers and frontline AOD workers within.