EOI to participate in research: AOD treatment needs of CALD communities
NDARC, Odyssey House NSW and NADA are conducting a research project on preferences for AOD treatment services among CALD communities. The project findings will support services to provide treatment options that meet the needs and preferences of CALD people.
Is your service based in Western or Southwestern Sydney?
We are seeking assistance to identify clients of Sub-Saharan African, North Africa and Middle East (Arabic speaking), East and South Asian and Pacific Islander backgrounds to participate in a focus group discussion, between 22 November – 23 November at the Lurnea community hub located in Philips Park.
This EOI closes 12pm 21 November. Participants should be able to communicate in English and will receive a $50 voucher for their time. Please contact Dr Winifred Asare-Doku, NDARC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at (02) 93480318 or for more info or to register your interest in taking part.
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