The role of an Aboriginal women's group in meeting the high needs of clients attending outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment

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Drug and Alcohol Review, 2013, 32 (6), pp. 618 - 626
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Introduction and Aims. Support groups are typically offered as part of specialist alcohol or other drug treatment. However, their usefulness with Indigenous Australians has not been examined. This paper provides a profile of Aboriginal women attending an inner city outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment service, insight into how effective women and staff perceive the support group to be at meeting their needs and suggestions for improvements.
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