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Indigenous Services Information

The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) has compiled a database of services and resources relevant to both new and experienced workers in the fields of Indigenous health, and Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD). The database contains contact details of over 500 services across Australia, covering AOD, Social and Emotional Wellbeing, Professional Networks, Education and Training, Policy, and Other. This resource is an interactive Access database and contains pdf reports sorted by state.

2008 Indigenous Services Database

There are three ways to access detailed information regarding Indigenous services.

1. If you do not have the Access software program on your computer, or if you have trouble using the search filters for NCETA's 2009 Indigenous Services database, a range of reports can be downloaded: 

2. The Indigenous Services CD contains the interactive Microsoft Office Access Database containing information about services, websites of interest, and training courses (mdb, 17820 KB).

To order hard copies of the searchable CD database, click here.

3. The Indigenous Services Database is available online below. Use the search filters below to access the 2009 Indigenous Services Database.

Multiple selections of the following filters may be made with Ctrl-Click
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Organisation type
Region
State