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Welcome to ADAC

This site provides information about the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA) Inc. (ADAC). You can find out about the projects we run, contact our staff members and access resource material and details of current and past projects.
We hope that you find this web site useful in finding out about the work of ADAC and in gaining knowledge about substance misuse. If you found the information in the web site informative or interesting, or completely the opposite, please do not hesitate to send us an email.

If you would like further information on the Council please do not hesitate to contact ADAC.

Elders Poster

 

Many Years ago when Aunty Issie was a welfare officer she was able to get a poster made about the "children" this is on the top left corner in the new poster

We wanted a poster this year After much discussion with we came up with

 

"AUNTY ISSIE SAYS PROTECT OUR CHILDREN"  

 

"AND THEY WILL PROTECT OUR CULTURE"


Elders Poster

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Jimmy Perry interviewed in Of Substance magazine

Jimmy Perry in Of Substance

Makin' Tracks Jimmy Perry was interviewed in Of Substance Magazine Vol. 12 no.1 2014. Download a PDF of the article to read all about the work Makin' Tracks is involved in.


Jimmy Perry interviewed in Of Substance magazine

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Great News everyone Its Official

The ADAC led consortium, which includes the Aboriginal Health Council SA (AHCSA) and Aboriginal Family Support Services (AFSS). The Consortium have been recommended by the Commonwealth Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion, MP, as the preferred provider for the North West region of SA Residential Rehabilitation facility.

 

This is a huge bonus for the region and also for the Aboriginal led consortium. We are looking forward to working with everyone in the region to ensure that the Residential Rehabilitation is developed and operated for the benefit of Aboriginal people across SA in dealing with alcohol and other drugs.

 

We know its going to be hard work for awhile to get everything up and running but we know that we are up to the challenge and look forward to the facility being opened in the 2014/2015 financial year.

 

We will endeavour to keep people updated on progress via our website and again I would like to congratulate the Consortium members the start of a successful outcome

 

Cheers

 

Scott

ADAC Director


Great News everyone Its Official

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