Auburn community members get together to take action against alcohol and drug abuse
“The main focus will be an education program to help parents and community leaders to recognise the signs and risks of alcohol, cannabis and ecstasy use. We will be developing factsheets which will be available at libraries, health centres and community organisations throughout the area. In addition information sessions and workshops focusing on specific issues will be held in the next twelve months.” Mayor Hicham Zraika said.
“The advantage of the CDAT is that we can develop this education program with experts from different sectors in the community. I believe this wider perspective will contribute to making the program more effective. The multi agency approach also opens up avenues where people can find further support and assistance. ”
If any would like to find out more about Auburn CDAT contact Glenn Harding at Auburn City Council on 9735 1226.