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VAADA Annual Report 16-17
2017 ANNUAL REPORT Victorian Alcohol And Drug Association The VAADA Annual Report 2016-2017 published November 2017 The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government
VAADA Newsletter March 2017
March 2017 The degustation of reform In this issue 2 VAADA 2017 conference 4 Family Violence Royal Commission – one year on 2 Victorian government announcements 5 Launch of AOD
VAADA Newsletter December 2016
Time to reflect December 2016 In this issue 2 Farewell 2016 … Santa’s gifts for the new year 3 VAADA data project 4 Introducing Livesofsubstance.org 4 Alcohol Policy Coalition –
VAADA Newsletter September 2016
Terrible Two’s – Time for action September 2016 In this issue 2 Progress with new hep C treatment 3 AOD and community legal service co-location 3 Sector priority survey 2016/17
New Psychoactive Substances – Reducing Harms
New Psychoactive Substances – Reducing Harms Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association New Psychoactive Substances – Reducing Harms September 2016 Internationally, there has been a rapid increase in the number and
Important information about the Worker Survey
Important information about the Worker Survey Who should complete the alcohol and other drugs Worker Survey? The 2016 survey aims to identify the size, structure and composition of the alcohol
Annual Report 2015-2016
2016 Annual Report Victorian Alcohol And Drug Association The VAADA Annual Report 2015-2016 published November 2016 The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government
Vulnerable at the mercy of an unregulated market
MEDIA RELEASE MONDAY, 12 SEPTEMBER 2016 Vulnerable at the mercy of an unregulated market The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) urgently calls for an increase in publically funded residential
Forensic AOD treatment and service delivery: a discussion of issues
VICTORIAN ALCOHOL & DRUG ASSOCIATION Forensic AOD treatment and service delivery: a discussion of issues June 2016 VAADA Vision A Victorian community in which the harms associated with alcohol and
Preventing alcohol related harm
Preventing alcohol related harm Issued May 2016 Alcohol related harm is pervasive throughout the Australia and accounts for 3.2 percent of the total national burden of disease (Preventative Health Taskforce