Tune into 92.9 FM : Perth's Hit Radio or Mix 94.5 from 6:00pm tonight to listen to a special Boardcast of a show called "Listen Up" about Ice use in Western Australia. You can join in the conversation and have your say on social media using the #ListenUpWA tag. ... See MoreSee Less

The Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service Inc. would like to invite you to attend our Open Day. We have recently received a grant from Lotterywest, whereby we have been able to refurbish our building at 211 Royal Street, EAST PERTH. The refurbishment and IT upgrade will allow AADS to increase and strengthen the capacity of the organisation so that we are able to effectively meet the needs of Aboriginal people and communities.
Please join us to participate in a Smoking Ceremony which signifies the beginning of something new.

DATE: 8 February 2016
TIME: 10:00am-11:00am
LOCATION: 211 Royal Street, EAST PERTH
RSVP: before 3 Feb to sclinchmoore@aads.org.au or 9221 1411
Morning Tea Provided.
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Service Delivery Model

AADS Services respond to clients’ needs by assessing holistically and providing culturally appropriate services.

AOD Support Services

AADS Alcohol and other Drug (AOD) and Outreach Support Services are a multidisciplinary team who have a strong focus on cultural security in service delivery for the community

Pathways Program

The Pathways Program is a voluntary program for people in correctional facilities to reflect on their past criminal activities and alcohol and other drug use; with the aim of developing strategies for self-improvement and change.

Employment Opportunities

The Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service (AADS) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation which provides culturally secure, confidential and free of charge alcohol and drug services to Aboriginal people in the Perth metropolitan area.