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Lives Lived Well Drug & Alcohol Network

853

Client assessments completed in past five years

635

Community events hosted in the past five years.

50

Educational and clinical review groups annually to build capacity

40

Supervision and support sessions to build partner staff capacity

2

Evidence based training opportunities each year

The Lives Lived Well Drug and Alcohol Network is a workforce development program which supports workers and general practitioners in Aboriginal Medical Services who are involved in drug and alcohol service delivery.

We aim to provide them with the knowledge and skills needed to help reduce the harms associated with substance misuse.

Lives Lived Well works in partnership with the Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporatation Health Service to deliver our program.

We work closely with Aboriginal Health Services, other Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs), other NGOs, government agencies and community groups.

We provide alcohol and drug support workers and services with specialist:

  • evidence-based mentoring
    • practice support
    • training
    • and reviews.

The network focuses on improving access to specialist drug and alcohol knowledge and supporting existing primary health care services to provide evidence-informed and culturally appropriate care through workforce development, capacity building and community development strategies.

Clinical services are provided by the Aboriginal medical services at the Network sites.

We have recently moved our base to 107 Wingewarra Street, Dubbo.

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