The New South Wales Police Force (NSWPF) has developed a communications campaign to help raise awareness about the harms, impacts and effects associated with pharmaceuticals and methylamphetamine (ICE) use and dependency for Aboriginal communities in New South Wales. Attend the launch of the Not Our Way campaign on the Wednesday 29 March 11:30am – 1:30pm at Bulgarr Ngaru Medical Aboriginal Corporation, 153 Canterbury Street, Casino.

Campaign resources (films, booklets, storyboards) will be launched along with a Q & A discussion with:

  • Kristie Harrison – Campaign Champion & PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
  • Kim Gussy – Senior Project Officer – Treatment Integration Project (The Buttery Wellbeing Program)
  • Hank Hickling (AOD Bulgarr Ngaru AMS – Casino)
  • Claire Rickards  – Senior Policy Officer NSW Police Force Drug & Alcohol Coordination

Also, you can meet Aunt Gwen and Chloe Whitton Roberts, Campaign Champions who have also shared their stories in the Not Our Way ‘ice’ film.

RSVP is essential to: Hayley Ward [email protected]  (please advise if you have any dietary requirements). Please call Hayley on 0423 191 107 for further information and or RSPV by Friday 24 March.


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