Community Drug Action Team (CDAT)
Griffith Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) is a community group funded by the Australian Drug Foundation to address local drug and alcohol misuse or issues impacting the community.
Since 1999, CDATs have led thousands of activities to engage at-risk youth, educate parents and the wider community through community activities and campaigns to curb alcohol-fuelled violence and drug use. The ADF supports the CDATs through the Community Engagement and Action Program (CEAP) funded by NSW Health.
Membership is fluid which allows people to participate when they have the time and the passion. Membership is available for agencies, organisations and individuals - local residents are encouraged to join the committee.
CDAT meet on the first Wednesday of each month, 1pm at Griffith City Council.
CDAT will work towards maximising the resources of Griffith City Local Government Area through networking and partnership activities.
For further details contact Pat Cox email@example.com
CDAT are asking the community to tell us what guest speakers they would like to hear from in the coming year. Please take this quick survey before 7 June 2019 to tell us: CDAT Survey
Griffith CDAT in partnership with the Family Drug Support, is running a 2 day workshop/training day on 26 and 27 July (full days) to engage with families and friends of Alcohol and Other Drugs dependants (i.e. those close to someone with an addiction).
Griffith Drug Information & Family Support (DIFS)
Community Alcohol & Other Drug Survey