An organisation that provides resources on the prevention of transmittable diseases in injecting drug users. Also includes a comprehensive listing of Harm Reduction practising agencies in Australia.
An independent, nonprofit organisation working to prevent and reduce alcohol and drug problems in the Australian community.
Provides research, health promotion, education, training, advocacy and clinical services, to improve the health of youth in Victoria.
The Youth Research Centre was established in 1988 in response to a recognised need by the youth affairs sector for relevant and up to date research on the issues facing young people today.
ANCD is the principal advisory body to Government on drug policy and plays a critical role in ensuring the voice of the community is heard in relation to drug related policies and strategies.
The YARN Mailing List is an electronic discussion group focusing on youth research. It links individuals and groups involved and interested in youthrelated research.
The overall mission of NDARC is: by research and related activities to contribute to the minimisation of the harmful consequences of alcohol and other drugs use in Australia by increasing the effectiveness of the Australian treatment response to drugrelated problems.
UWCTRI is a nationally recognized academic center dedicated to advancing the science of tobacco dependence and its treatment, to providing effective intervention and outreach services for children and adults, and to developing policy initiatives to reduce the prevalence of tobacco use and resultant health and economic burdens.
RAND is a nonprofit organization that has been improving policy and decision making for through objective, highquality research and analysis for more than 50 years.
The Community & Family Services Directory provides an uptodate searchable database relevant to the needs of individuals and families in the community.
WESDARC is a community based service providing an information and resource library, referral network, education programs, preventative, health promotion, and community development projects, and networking opportunities which focus on alcohol and other drug and related issues in Western Sydney.
The Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Studies (DATOS) were initiated in 1990 by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to evaluate drug abuse treatment outcomes and emerging treatment issues in the United States.
The National Drug Research Institute is part of the national strategy to address the harm arising from drug use in Australia.
NCETA is a centre of excellence in the implementation and dissemination of research related to workforce development in the alcohol and other drugs (AOD) field.