Dual Tools to gain world recognition at Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference
Our Dual Tools Project is about to gain world recognition.
Dual Tools is a web-based training system designed to improve the care of people facing both a mental health and addiction issue.
The project has just been expanded across Victoria thanks to Federal Government Department of Health funding.
Now Dual Tools will feature at the Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference on the Gold Coast from May 15 to May 17.
Our Dual Tools Project team will deliver a 30-minute presentation to the conference.
The conference includes presentations from experts on various addictions including drugs, alcohol, pornography, gambling, sex, gaming, online, hoarding, compulsive shopping and steroids.
Participants will learn more about treatment and paths to recovery along with emerging trends, early intervention, best practice programs, case studies and innovative solutions particularly in rural and regional communities.
BCHS CEO Kim Sykes said it was a tremendous honour and very exciting for the Dual Tools project to be selected for the Australian and New Zealand Addiction Conference and a terrific acknowledgement of the team leading the initiative.