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Healing Pathways Project

 

Overview

The Healing Pathways Project developed from consultations with the Katherine Regional Aboriginal Health and Related Services (KRAHRS) Executive and Steering Committee. KRAHRS was considered to be appropriately placed within the Indigenous service sector to administer the project, which would be responsible for supporting services and stakeholders involved with clients requiring support for the harmful use of alcohol.

The project did not provide alcohol related services itself, but assistance to existing services in the form of coordination, workforce and training support, and effective administration and referrals. The purpose of the project was to:

An Implementation Steering Committee was established to guide the project. A case-management model and referral tool had also been designed as part of the project.

Abstract adapted from Katherine Regional Aboriginal Health and Related Services

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Last updated: 25 October 2017
 
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