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Local Drug Action Team Program funding now open

Date posted: 18 January 2018

Funding for round three of the Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) Program is now open.

The LDAT Program is an initiative of the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF), and supports communities to work together to prevent and reduce the harmful effects of alcohol and other drugs (AOD). This is an Australian-wide program that is being implemented between 2016-2020. It is hoped that there will be 220 communities actively involved in the program by 2020.

The LDAT Program has been funded by the Australian Government as part of the response to the 2015 National ice action strategy.

There are already 80 Local Drug Action Teams taking part in the program across Australia. Currently, teams range in size from those with three partner organisations, to some with over 20 partners. There are lots of different kinds of organisations involved in the program, including:

Applications for round three of the LDAT Program are open until 19 February. For further information about application please refer to this page.

Source: Alcohol and Drug Foundation


Last updated: 18 January 2018
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