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Methamphetamine Use Among Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People: Intervention Options for Workers

This resource is by The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA).

This resource provides information on use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and intervention options.

Summary: This is a brief guide to use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and intervention options for AOD (alcohol and other drug) workers. Specifically, this guide provides:

  • basic information about methamphetamine and its effects
  • instructions on how to approach conversations about methamphetamine with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients
  • an overview of the different intervention options that are available for people who are on methamphetamine
  • general tips for tailoring treatment approaches to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients

Developers: This resource was developed by The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA).

Year: 2019

Costs: Free

Evidence base: This resource has undergone expert review. Refer to the resource for a full reference list.

Page last reviewed: Thursday, 11 February 2021