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Illicit Drug Diversion Initiative (IDDI)

 

Overview

The Illicit Drug Diversionary Initiative (IDDI) is an alcohol and other drug counselling and referral service for first time drug offenders in Tasmania.

Police divert drug offenders caught using or possessing small quantities of illicit drugs to Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation (CHAC), for appropriate education, counselling or referral.

This program is designed as an alternative to facing court for convictions, and aims to educate offenders to consider the legal and health consequences of using illicit drugs. Both adults and juveniles can be diverted through police referrals.

Services include:

Abstract adapted from Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation

Contacts

Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation Offices
10 King Street
Smithton Tas 7330
165 Nelson Street
Smithton Tas 7330
Ph: (03) 6452 1287
Fax: (03) 6452 1187
Email: reception@chac.com.au

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Last updated: 14 August 2017
 
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