Found 3 Drug & Alcohol Services volunteering opportunities in Australia

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    RWCDAT Auspice/Liaison Treasurer

    CDATs plan and run educational programs, campaigns and community forums. Community Drug Action Teams are volunteer, community-led groups which develop evidence-based initiatives to minimise and prevent -alcohol and other drug harms across NSW. They provide local solutions to local issues. The program has been running for two decades and there are over 70 CDATs in NSW. Want to make a difference in your local community? CDATs need your passion and ideas! Join a CDAT and have your voice heard.

    Id:182554
    Drug & Alcohol Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Waterloo NSW
  2. Grant Writer

    A Grant Writer is required to play a critical role in this organisation's advancement by identifying and writing grants for sources of potential funding. You will be working independently or as a team member. Times of work to be negotiated with the coordinator. An understanding of the organisation and their work in the community would be beneficial to your role. Ideally you will be a self starter with experience as no training is provided for this role. (C)

    Id:79378
    Drug & Alcohol Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ashmore QLD
  3. Education Workshops Coordinator

    We are seeking an Education Workshops Coordinator to manage, coordinate and plan logistical, resourcing and reporting requirements for all our education workshops facilitated by Australian Anti Ice Campaign (AAIC). AAIC facilitates education workshops for schools, prisons, corporate and private organisations. AAIC are educating and raising awareness of the dangers associated with the drug ICE, which is currently a growing epidemic in our nation. (C)

    Id:169804
    Drug & Alcohol Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Ashmore QLD