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RIOTACT REPORTS REVAMPED PRECINCT TO TACKLE YOUTH DRUG AND ALCOHOL ISSUES:
National Programs Manager for the Ted Noffs Foundation, Lachlan Dean, said investment in early intervention could be life-changing for young people.
CANBERRA DAILY REPORTS REDEVELOPED WATSON HEALTH PRECINCT WILL ENHANCE SERVICES:
ACT Government says new facilities will improve the availability of alcohol and other drug treatments for young people and First Nations Canberrans.
BLUE MOUNTAINS GAZETTE REPORTS KATOOMBA STREET UNIVERSITY OPEN:
Unique service will provide drug and alcohol and mental health programs for young people.
KATOOMBA AREA LOCAL NEWS REPORTS DANCE: AN ANTIDOTE TO ANXIETY:
Dancer Beckie Wilson is sharing her dance practice and with young people in the Street University in Katoomba.
Courier Mail reports we need to keep our kids out of prison:
Former AFP Commissioner Mick Palmer says we must drop simplistic ‘tough on crime’ policy failure.
INFLUENCE OF A RESIDENTIAL DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM ON YOUNG PEOPLE’S CRIMINAL CONVICTION TRAJECTORIES:
An internationally peer-reviewed study on Noffs’ adolescent residential rehabilitation treatment program’s ability to reduce crime
HOSPITALISATION OUTCOMES FOLLOWING ADMISSION TO A RESIDENTIAL DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM:
An internationally peer-reviewed study on Noffs’ adolescent residential treatment’s ability to reduce hospitalisations and drug use
ENGAGEMENT/OUTCOMES OF MARGINALISED YOUNG PEOPLE IN AN EARLY INTERVENTION ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG PROGRAM:
How the Street Universities succeed in reducing drugs and trauma
REPORT ON THE ACT GTM PILL TESTING PILOT:
Australia’s first pill testing trial, Noffs’ involvement and the research lead by Emeritus Prof. Toni Makkai AM
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