Projects

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Evaluation of Deadly Liver Mob: pilot study Current

Funding Agency: NSW Ministry of Health (BRISE), Western Sydney LHD, Nepean Blue Mountains LHD
People Involved: Carla Treloar, Max Hopwood, Melinda Walker

Sexual health and hepatitis C health promotion targeting Aboriginal people Western Sydney

The Deadly Liver Mob (DLM) incorporates a peer driven intervention to encourage people to be educated about BBV and then recruit and educate their peers to the DLM. DLM is conducted by the harm reduction…

Evaluation of the Ted Noffs Foundation Street University Program Current

Funding Agency: NSW Health
People Involved: Joanne Bryant, Limin Mao, Carla Treloar

Street University is a unique and innovative youth development program for marginalised young people aged 12-25 years, established and administered by the Ted Noffs Foundation. It provides a range of creative, life skills and design and technology activities as a way to hook young people into a…

Positive Life Pathways for Vulnerable Adolescents Current

Funding Agency: Australian Research Council - Linkage Program, Ted Noffs Foundation
People Involved: Joanne Bryant, Eileen Baldry

The role of a life managements program approach

Young people in contact with the criminal justice system who have problematic use of drugs and alcohol often lack opportunities for social and economic participation in society and many continue offending into adulthood. This project examines…

Supporting best practice for sexual and gender minority AOD clients Current

Funding Agency: NSW Health
People Involved: Toby Lea, Loren Brener, Martin Holt

Evaluation of ACON’s Substance Support Service

ACON’s Substance Support Service provides individual, outpatient counselling to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people experiencing problems with alcohol and other drug (AOD) use. The service is one of few AOD…