Peer Peak Body Scoping Project Video

QNADA Reports

QNADA collaborated with QuIVAA and QAIHC/QISMC to undertake consultation with people who use drugs in Queensland. Watch the Project Video.

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Peer Peak Body Scoping Project Report Infographics

QNADA Reports

QNADA collaborated with QuIVAA and QAIHC/QISMC to undertake consultation with people who use drugs in Queensland. These infographics summarise the main findings of the consultation. The purpose of this consultation was to understand the experiences of people who use drugs in Queensland, the issues that are important to them and how their voices could be amplified to influence the policies, systems and services that are relevant to them.

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Peer Peak Body Scoping Project Report Summary

QNADA Reports

QNADA collaborated with QuIVAA and QAIHC/QISMC to undertake consultation with people who use drugs in Queensland. The purpose of this consultation was to understand the experiences of people who use drugs in Queensland, the issues that are important to them and how their voices could be amplified to influence the policies, systems and services that are relevant to them.

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Peer Peak Scoping Project Final Report

QNADA Reports

QNADA collaborated with QuIVAA and QAIHC/QISMC to undertake consultation with people who use drugs in Queensland. The purpose of this consultation was to understand the experiences of people who use drugs in Queensland, the issues that are important to them and how their voices could be amplified to influence the policies, systems and services that are relevant to them.

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Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on alcohol and other drug service delivery

National Reports & Frameworks

The State and Territory Alcohol and Other Drugs Peaks Network undertook a survey of alcohol and other drug treatment services in all States and Territories between 21 May and 5 June 2020 on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Responses were received from 210 organisations across Australia, including organisations operating in metropolitan, regional, rural and remote areas.

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Stretch2Engage Service Engagement Framework for the Mental Health (MH) and Alcohol and Other Drug Services (AOD)

QNADA Resources

Stretch2Engage provides a framework for use by the public, non-government and private mental health and alcohol and other drug services. This was developed by the Stretch2Engage Partnership
which include QAMH, QNADA & Enlightened Consultants.

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Engaging general practice and General Practitioners in alcohol and other drug treatment

QNADA Reports

This report identifies practical recommendations and initiatives that Primary Health Networks (PHNs) could undertake in order to improve General Practitioners (GPs) engagement with people around alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems.

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Let’s Talk About Syphilis

Resources

Let’s Talk About Syphilis is an educational campaign to raise awareness about syphilis and highlight the importance of testing, prevention and treatment. Go to Ladypeeps.org.au to find out more engaging and non-stigmatising resources and information, and this may help to better inform a holistic health response for AOD treatment services.

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Getting Started in the AOD Sector

QNADA Resources

Getting started in the AOD sector is intended for people who are new to alcohol and other drugs (AOD) work. It introduces the AOD service system and landscape in Queensland, highlighting key state and national frameworks along with foundational practice tips and reflections to get you started in the sector.

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Working with AOD clients who experience mental health issues

QNADA Resources

This factsheet is designed to provide new AOD workers with foundational information and resources to support clients who are experiencing co-occurring AOD and mental health issues.

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National Framework for Alcohol, Tobacco, and other Drug Treatment 2019-2029

National Reports & Frameworks

The National Framework for Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drug Treatment aims at ensuring all Australians seeking alcohol and other drug treatment can access high quality treatment appropriate to their needs, when and where they need it. It includes principles for effective treatment, monitoring and evaluation.

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National Quality Framework for Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

National Reports & Frameworks

The National Quality Framework provides a national agreement on a quality benchmark for the delivery of AOD treatment services which allows for implementation based on funding sources and jurisdictional regulatory and non-regulatory approaches.

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