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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 7 August 2008) . . Page.. 3168 ..


education programs. The costs to services in producing and purchasing materials to disseminate are met through a combination of funding sources including funding from the ACT and Australian Governments as well as donations.

AOD related health or educational materials distributed by the Government service (ADP) have been attached. The DEEWR resources provided to ACT schools can be accessed electronically via the links provided at (1).

Given the range of materials produced and disseminated by non-government AOD treatment and support services, the services themselves are the best source for you to access these health and educational materials from. These services include:

ACT Division of General Practice - The Opiate Program reception@actdgp.asn.au

Alcohol and Drug Foundation of ACT-ADFACT adfact@adfact.org

Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy – CAHMA nicolew@aivl.org.au

Directions ACT reception@directionsact.com

Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation kim@gugan-gulwan.com.au

Salvation Army – Canberra Recovery Service canberraoasisnetwork4@aue.salvationarmy.org

Australian Red Cross actinfo@redcross.org.au

Centacare – Sobering-Up Shelter info@centacare-canberra.org

Ted Noffs Foundation actadmin@noffs.org.au

Toora Women Inc ed@toora.org.au

Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service winadmin@winnunga.org.au

Youth Coalition of the ACT info@youthcoalition.net


Roads—traffic lights

(Question No 2138)

Mr Mulcahy asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 3 July 2008:


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