Finally ADAC have managed to get the "Makin Tracks" project refunded by the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA), for the 2012 - 2013 financial year.
Jimmy has been re-employed but warren unfortunately has left to take a position at Housing SA. So Byron Wright ADAC Police Diversion Project Officer will be employed to replace Warren.
Jimmy and Byron will make a great team of dedicated Indigenous Alcohol and Drug professional both are graduates from Sydney University with Postgraduate qualifications in substance use.
This will mean the great works that Makin Tracks have provided since 1999 will continue to benefit of rural and remote Aboriginal communities in South Australia.
They went away for first trip and whoops sorry every†hing is ok. Thanks guys. keep trackin on
Makin Tracks is back