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SHARC Peer Worker Training - February 2019 - Registrations Open

Peer workers, like any professional discipline, need quality, standardised training and ongoing professional development. Through extensive research and co-design, SHARC has developed Peer Worker Training. This comprehensive training provides a vital knowledge base for peer workers in the AOD sector, and ensures that the peer workforce has a discipline-specific framework. The SHARC Peer Worker Training seeks to: Educate peer workers around core concepts and skills within the peer work discipline Assist peer workers to practically…

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SHARC acknowledges Peer Worker contributions

SHARC would like to highlight the outstanding work of Craig Payne, Peer Worker with Turning Point, Eastern Treatment Services. Craig recently presented at SHARC’s Annual General Meeting, inspiring stakeholders and the local community. His message regarding the value of lived experience work was delivered with authenticity, passion and commitment. Craig has been part of the Peer Projects community at SHARC since his employment. He has been a valuable participant in the AOD Peer Workforce Community…

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SHARC 2018 AGM and Annual Report

  The SHARC AGM is a highlight of our year and is a vibrant community event. The 2018 AGM (held Monday 19th Nov) was no exception, with over 80 people attending. This year’s theme of Peer Connection and the difference it makes to people’s lives underpinned the keynote address and the presentations from the great people who participate in our programs. The 2018 Annual Report is now available, click image to download.

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The report from the APSU and VMIAC 2018 Regional Roadshow Project is available

The report from the APSU and VMIAC 2018 Regional Roadshow Project, is now available.  Sitting on the outside, looking in- Report on the 2018 APSU and VMIAC Regional Roadshow Project This report documents the Regional Roadshow Project, which took place in the first half of 2018 across regional Victoria.   This project was run in partnership between APSU, the peak Victorian AOD consumer representative body (a service of the Self Help Addiction Resource Centre) and VMIAC,…

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