Coronavirus news and resources for managers and leaders.
NADA eLearning: Engage families and significant others, support clients with complex needs and be guided on gender and sexuality indicators.
Responding to trauma: How members work with clients impacted by trauma, the importance of community connections, asking 'difficult' questions and more.

The Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA) is the peak organisation for the non government alcohol and other drugs sector in NSW. We represent close to 100 organisational members that provide a broad range of alcohol and other drugs services including health promotion and harm reduction, early intervention, treatment and continuing care programs. Together, we work to reduce the harms related to alcohol and other drugs use across the NSW community. Learn more.


Sector Watch: March 2020

COVID-19 update Funding continuityBoth levels of government have assured us that there will be no impact to members’ funding should
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Coronavirus news and resources for managers and leaders

This page will be continually updated. Last update: 30 March 2020For news and resources specific to frontline workers and their
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We’ve postponed the NADA Conference

The health and wellbeing of our members and their clients, our colleagues, and the greater community is of utmost importance
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REVISED TIMELINE: NGO service development grants: round 2

Due to the pressures on the sector as we start to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the following timeline for
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) webinar

Over the past few weeks the situation in relation to…


This page will be continually updated. Last update: 30 March 2020 For news and resources specific to managers and leaders, click here.  The health and wellbeing ...
NADA in partnership with Family Drug Support and the Ministry of Health NSW Government, developed training and resources for the AOD sector and other primary ...
Developed by NADA, this toolkit supports the formal quality improvement program of non government AOD organisations. Download the files to easily create or review operational ...
Although members of LGBTI and HIV positive communities use AOD for many of the same reasons as the population at large, there is evidence to ...
AODTS NMDS elearning course—an interactive guide to the data set The aim of the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Service National Minimum Data Set (AODTS ...
​Clinical incident management Under AOD-Core KPI 4 Clinical Incident Management, organisations are required to have a clinical incident management process in place to manage all ...
Did you know that at their core, the principles of consumer participation relate to human rights, health outcomes, relationships, service delivery, as well as accreditation ...
NADA is excited to launch a series of worker wellbeing resources (available to download below). Designed for the non government AOD sector, the resources encourage ...
From 1 July 2018, non government organisations (NGOs) contracted by NSW Health to provide alcohol and other drug treatment services will have five core performance ...
NADA is developing factsheets to help you gain essential knowledge about working with other agencies. This first set will help you navigate child protection and ...


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Network updates

NADA practice leadership group

Network update The NPLG met in September to discuss projects underway, and take part in discussions with the Ministry of
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Research network

Network update The CMHDARN research ethics consultation committee (RECC) has been established to provide ethical guidance by researchers and experts
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Youth AOD services network

Network update The NADA Youth AOD Services Network held a meeting in October, hosted by Weave in Waterloo. Special guests
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Women’s clinical care network

Network update As of their last meeting held in August 2019, the Women’s AOD Services Network has decided to undertake
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