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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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SHARC leads a new era in Peer Workforce Development

The Department of Health and Human Services has recently released an updated version of the Alcohol and other drug (AOD) program guidelines and a new AOD performance management framework. These updates are in response to new services, changes to existing service arrangements and changes to policy and legislation for Victorian Government-funded AOD programs and services. These updates recognise SHARC as a leader in Peer Workforce Development, ‘providing training for peer workers and organisational readiness for…

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You're invited to SHARC's 2018 AGM!

Click here for the details of our 2018 Annual General Meeting.

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Proud Peer Worker, an expert by experience at 80.

SHARC have supported the Western Region Alcohol and Drug Centre (WRAD) to increase the number of peer workers delivering support services to clients in the western region of Victoria. One of WRADs peer workers, June Williams, appeared in Warrnambool’s The Standard on September 14. ‘Twenty years after she retired, Ms Williams has returned to work part-time as WRAD’s family reunification peer support worker….’ Ms Williams told The Standard that her lived experience has enabled her…

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