Normalisation of Drug Use
Media, Alcohol & Drugs - Trends, role and impact - by Professor John van Groningen
What Place religion - by Peter Dekker
A New Rum Rebellion - 2011 - by Tony Brown
Needles in prisons - help or hinderance - by L. Gore
Dalgarno AOD Community Care Policy 2011
25 years of Harm Minimisation - how far have we come 3rd Ed
Age Dependent Disease in Opiate Addiction Dalgarno Paper July 2011
Gene Environments & Interactions Prof Reece 2010
Who's to Blame 5 - 2010 - by Professor John van Groningen
Marijuana and Testicular Cancer NIDA Notes
One Man's Experience with Alcohol - Derek Steenholdt
We here at The Dalgarno Institute have over a 150 years of both understanding and confronting the Alcohol and other drug culture and its impacts on society. Consequently we have credible scope in both our concerns and understanding of the devastation of alcohol and other drug abuse, as well as the privilege of presenting and promoting proactive and protective alternatives.
In 2009, the history and legacy of many agencies has been brought together in a collaborative and focused effort to again present to the Australian community, workable options to the often coercive sway of ‘inevitability factor ‘ that the alcohol and drug culture can have when left unchallenged.
To work collaboratively with any and all who seek to promote abstinence and/or harm prevention. Where possible, to serve the needs of partner groups in promoting said issues. To develop and implement signature ministries that promote and/or deliver professional, relevant and contemporary harm prevention Drug and Alcohol Education programs and strategies.
In culturally impacting ways these programs and strategies will assist young people, children, families and other community groups including Churches and Sporting Clubs, in understanding the complexities of alcohol/ substance abuse and give real and positive options for not only prevention, but proactive alternatives and intervention with peers…
Imperative elements in this program are…
Assist Schools, Sporting Clubs, Churches and other community groups by delivering an effective holistic prevention focused (with early intervention component) Drug and Alcohol Education Education/Advocacy process. This endeavour will act to…
John van Groningen - Criminologist, Adjunct Professor RMIT
Professor John Toumbourou - Associate Dean, Chair in Health Psychology, Deakin University
Mrs. Jo Baxter, CEO of Drug Free Australia
Professor Stuart Reece MD; Curtin University, AOD Rehabilitaton Clinician
Derek Steenholdt - Master Educator
Dr. K. 'John' Smith - Cultural Anthropologist
Paul Tolliday - National Director of S.T.A.R.S. (Students That Action Reconciliation Seriously)
Warwick Murphy - Executive Director of ISAAC Australisia; Veteran AOD Clinician and Counselor
Gary Christian - Fellow of DFA
Neil Meyer - State Director of Teen Challenge.