MP3: Govt withdraws funding for peak alcohol, drug treatment body

26.11.2013

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Govt withdraws funding for peak alcohol, drug treatment body MP3

The nation's peak body representing the alcohol and drug treatment sector has been forced to close, with the Federal Government's decision to withdraw funding immediately. The board of the Alcohol and Other Drugs Council of Australia last night decided to place the Council into voluntary administration after receiving advice that the government would discontinue its funding of the organsiation due to budgetary constr... Source: abc.net.au

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