Submission Sessional Committee on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol by the Community 084 HALT Healthy Aboriginal Life Team
Tabled Paper 409
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Eric Poole
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7. * Department of Health and Community Services . Provides a clinical service . Trains people for specialist functions . Enables other agencies to carry out their functions . Provides education . Gathers data and evaluates programs for both Federal and Territory Governments and any other funding body. . Interprets needs of constituents and other stakeholders. At presents . conducting a Dependents' Program in the Alice Springs Gaol, modelled on the Gordon Symonds and 5 Mile (Daly River) programs in the Top End: fifty three participants; and . training Aboriginal Health Workers and Teacher Aides on Communities in a Children's Program which is for traditional Aboriginal children ( A version of Holyoake for children). * Tangentyere Council . Advocacy role particularly in liquor licencing . Social club . Aboriginal Alcohol Awareness (AAA Program). t Congress . Congress farm for planning unit and support group . Medical service * DASA . Sobering up shelter . Community outreach . Detoxification . Managing for the Remote Area Aboriginal Alcohol Strategy (HALT model) * Holyoake (Principally nonAboriginal). . Conduct alcohol treatment program . Conduct Alateen program * Alcoholics Anonymous (Principally non-Aboriginal). . Community based voluntary program for alcohol dependent people 188.8.131.52. Functions of Stakeholders.
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