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The Aboriginal Connection Program is a dedicated alcohol and other drug treatment service for Aboriginal people within the inner city area of Adelaide. The program can assist Aboriginal people who are vulnerable, homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Aboriginal Connection Program Case Workers can provide a substance misuse assessment regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drugs; referrals to services for homelessness and mental health issues and provide assistance in connecting clients with relevant support services.

Referrals to the Aboriginal Connection Program may be accepted for consideration if the client is assessed and meets the criteria for a multi-agency intervention through the Adelaide Zero Project – Inner City Community of Practice initiative meeting

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