Hills community alcohol and drug issues survey

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Mount Barker District Council, Adelaide Hills Council and Mount Barker Community Centre with support from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation are developing a Local Drug Action Team (LDAT).

The intention of the LDAT is to prevent drug and alcohol-related harm, with a focus on families and young people aged 12-25. This can take the form of programs, events or other ideas – this is open to your input!

This survey is to gather information from people and organisations in the Hills region to find out what issues people see in the community, relating to the use of alcohol and other drugs, and to develop evidence-based strategies that can be put in place. An active involvement from the community in developing and implementing these solutions will be essential to their effectivity.

Mount Barker District Council, Adelaide Hills Council and Mount Barker Community Centre with support from the Alcohol and Drug Foundation are developing a Local Drug Action Team (LDAT).

The intention of the LDAT is to prevent drug and alcohol-related harm, with a focus on families and young people aged 12-25. This can take the form of programs, events or other ideas – this is open to your input!

This survey is to gather information from people and organisations in the Hills region to find out what issues people see in the community, relating to the use of alcohol and other drugs, and to develop evidence-based strategies that can be put in place. An active involvement from the community in developing and implementing these solutions will be essential to their effectivity.

Consultation has concluded