THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY JUNGARNI-JUTIYA ALCOHOL ACTION COUNCIL ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
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Jungarni-Jutiya Alcohol Action Council Aboriginal Corporation (referred to in this report as Jungarni-Jutiya) oversees the operation of the Halls Creek Night Patrol and Alcohol Centre. The Jungarni-Jutiya management committee plans to expand the organisation's services--possibly to include a residential treatment facility. As part of the planning process, Jungarni-Jutiya initiated an assessment of the needs of the Halls Creek community and an evaluation of its existing projects. This report presents the findings of the needs assessment and evaluation, and recommends strategies to improve and expand Jungarni-Jutiya's alcohol intervention services.
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