Supporting children in families experiencing AOD issues
Tuesday 15 May, 2012
Free interactive seminar held from 10.00am to 12.30pm on Tuesday 15 May 2012 at the Multicultural Hub, Melbourne.
This seminar focuses on children and families where a parent is presenting for alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment or support. There was also an opportunity to discuss the issues arising from the May 2012 DrugInfo newsletter and Prevention Research Quarterly.
John Rogerson, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Drug Foundation
Responding to the needs of children and parents in families experiencing AOD problems
Dr Stefan Gruenert, Chief Executive Officer, Odyssey House Victoria
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DrugInfo seminar: Responding to the needs of children and families experiencing AOD problems
All working together to protect vulnerable children
Christine Withers, Manager of the Promotion & Policy Unit, Office of the Child Safety Commissioner
Thinking families, thinking complexities; protecting and resonding to vulnerable children
Dr Karen Sutherland, Statewide Principle Practitioner, Department of Human Services (Child Protection Services)
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A personal perspective: a grandmother and granddaughter sharing their experiences of having a family member in AOD treatment
Jill and Olivia
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Last updated: 25 May 2012
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