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Substance Use Disorders Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in Custody: a Public Health Opportunity

 

Overview

This workshop/webinar discusses a study that investigated substance use disorders among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in custody. As a result of the study, additional clinical information has been discovered which has enhanced the understanding of treatment needs for substance use problems among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

A key finding of the study is that culturally capable alcohol and other drug treatment services in custody and in the community are critical, and should be co-located and coordinated with mental health services.

This workshop is scheduled for 11 October 2017, from 10-11am AEST, and available to attend in person, or via a webinar. To attend the webinar, please refer to this link, or to the links below. Some information on signing into the webinar is available on the webinar link page.

Contacts

Insight
Floor 4, Biala City Community Health Centre
270 Roma Street
Brisbane Qld 4001
Ph: (07) 3837 5655
Email: insight@heath.qld.gov.au

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Last updated: 3 August 2017
 
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