Alcohol and other drugs (AOD) are a health and social issue that impacts the whole community. The alcohol and other drug sector in Western Australia provides highly skilled services to meet the diverse needs of people in our community. The Western Australian Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (WANADA) is committed to supporting services to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and other drugs.
WANADA is driven by the passion and hard work of our member agencies, which include community drug services, therapeutic communities and residential rehabilitation centres, sobering-up shelters, harm reduction services, and counselling services. WANADA is the independent voice on alcohol and other drug sector issues throughout WA.
The Brekky Table May 2016
Join us for our May 2016 Brekky Table Conversation - Working with Youth - on Thursday 26 May 2016 at the State Library of Western Australia.
Aboriginal AOD Worker Forum Presentations
Presentations from the Aboriginal AOD Worker Forum 2016 - Connecting Engaging Growing are now available.
Strong Spirit Strong Mind Awards 2016
Congratulations to Strong Spirit Strong Mind Awards winners, announced on Thursday 28 April 2016 at The Rise in Maylands. The awards acknowledge the outstanding work and contributions being achieved in the Aboriginal alcohol and other drugs field.
WANADA Moves to WorkZone
WANADA relocates to the new eco-friendly WorkZone building in Perth on Monday 2 May 2016. The office will be closed Tuesday 26 - Friday 29 April 2016 while we prepare for the move and host the Aboriginal AOD Worker Forum.