Professional AOD guides are being developed and updated all the time.
You can quickly see what ‘s new and up to date in the Aboriginal AOD Alcohol field by visiting the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet’s website.

Australian Department of Health and Ageing. (2007). Alcohol treatment guidelines for Indigenous Australians. Canberra: Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.
This is a comprehensive set of guidelines with extensive tools included. Available Here

Government of Western Australia. (2014) Alcohol Think Again. Understanding Low Risk Drinking. Perth: Drug and Alcohol Office, W.A.

Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid Training and Research Program (2009). Problem Drinking: Guidelines for providing Mental Health First Aid to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Person. Melbourne: Orygen Youth Health Research Centre, University of Melbourne & beyondblue: the national depression initiative.Download Guideline Here

Brady, M. & Hunter, E. (2009). Talking about alcohol with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients. A brief intervention tool for health professionals. Canberra: Department of Health & Ageing, ANU & University of Queensland.
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