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Advocate: How might we build, engage and support the AOD workforce: people with lived and living experience, First Nations workers, team leaders and managers?

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 80 organisational members that provide services in over 100 locations across NSW. They provide a broad range of services including health promotion and harm reduction, early intervention, treatment and continuing care programs. Together, we improve the health and wellbeing of people who use, or have used, alcohol and other drugs across the NSW community. Learn more.



Collaborative Connections: Mental health and AOD symposium 2024

10 April, Gadigal Country/Surry Hills (hybrid)
Collaborative Connections: Mental Health and AOD Symposium is an opportunity for the mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors to come together to strengthen relationships and showcase progress and achievements. Read more.

Working with men who use domestic and family violence

17-18 April, Gadigal Country/Surry Hills (hybrid)
This two-day workshop will help practitioners to respond safely and sensitively to clients who use DFV, in ways that minimise collusion with their violence-supporting narratives and beliefs, and that plant seeds for them to take steps towards responsibility for their behaviour. Read more.

Culturally responsive trauma informed practice training

89 May, Gadigal Land, Mercure Sydney
This two-day training will give you foundations for working within a culturally responsive trauma informed framework. Content covers neurobiology, Aboriginal worldviews, trauma informed care and worker wellbeing. Read more.



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Manager - AOD Hub

St Vincent's De Paul
New England AOD Hub
Applications close: 29 Apr 2024

Alcohol & other Drug / Non-Acute Mental Health Counsellor (Targeted)

Marrin Weejali Aboriginal Corporation
Marrin Weejali Aboriginal Corporation
Applications close: 26 Apr 2024

AOD Clinician

Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO)
Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO)
Applications close: 15 Apr 2024

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Nurses network

Profile The NADA Nurse’s Network was established in acknowledgment of the growing nursing workforce within the non-government AOD sector. The

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