On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of the Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service Inc (AADS), we would like to pay respect and acknowledgement to the life of the late Brian Wyatt (A true Noongar warrior/unsung hero). It is with over 40 years of dedication and commitment to working within and for Aboriginal Affairs in this country both domestically and internationally that we honour him. We pass on our deepest condolences to the Wyatt family. We are forever grateful for the legacy he has worked so hard for. May Brian now rest peacefully. ... See MoreSee Less
Annual General Meeting At the recent AGM, held on 21 October 2015, the AADS Board of Directors accepted nominations for two outstanding members to receive life membership. Congratulations to Doreen Nelson and Jim Morrison for being awarded life membership in recognition of their outstanding commitment to our organisation and the Aboriginal community! www.aads.org.au/annual-report/annual-report-2014-2015-high-resolution/... See MoreSee Less
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.
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.