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  • Drug and Alcohol Interagency Strategic Framework 2011-2015 - is Western Australia's key policy document that outlines strategies which seek to prevent and reduce the adverse impacts of alcohol and other drugs in Western Australia.
    • Annual Report 2010/11 - Progress report on the implementation of the Interagency Strategic Framework.
    • Annual Report 2011/12 – Second progress report on the implementation of the Interagency Strategic Framework.
    • Annual Reports 2012/13 – Third agency progress reports on the implementation of the Interagency Strategic Framework.
    • Annual Reports 2013/14 – Fourth agency progress reports on the implementation of the Interagency Strategic Framework.
  • Disability Access and Inclusion Plan This Disability Action and Inclusion Plan is a key document which records and formalises our commitment to ensuring information, services and facilities are inclusive and accessible for people in Western Australia.  We welcome your feedback, in particular on the strategies identified to improve access and inclusion.
  • The Alcohol Support Plan 2012 - 2015 is a supporting document to the Drug and Alcohol Interagency Strategic Framework for Western Australia 2011-2015 and summarises the key objectives and supporting initiatives that will be pursued over the coming years to respond to problematic alcohol use.
  • The Volatile Substance Use Support Plan 2012-2015 is a supporting document to the Drug and Alcohol Interagency Strategic Framework for Western Australia 2011-2015 and summarises the key objectives and supporting initiatives that will be pursued over the coming years to respond to volatile substance use.
  • The Illicit Drug Support Plan 2012 - 2015 is a supporting document to the Drug and Alcohol Interagency Strategic Framework for Western Australia 2011-2015 and summarises the key objectives and supporting initiatives that will be pursued over the coming years to respond to illicit drug use.
  • The Capacity Building, Coordination and Monitoring Support Plan 2012 - 2015 is a supporting document to the Drug and Alcohol Interagency Strategic Framework for Western Australia 2011-2015 and summarises the key objectives and supporting initiatives that will be pursued over the coming years to provide ongoing systems to prevent and address issues relating to alcohol and other drugs.
  • The Next Step Drug and Alcohol Services Strategic Plan 2015-2020 aims to respond to the current and anticipated needs of the WA population. The strategic plan identifies priorities for service development and enhancement at Next Step over the next five years.
  • The Drug and Alcohol Office Reconciliation Action Plan 2015 - 2017 – The Drug and Alcohol Office’s vision for reconciliation is to work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to value and lead healthy and safe lifestyles with access to quality services and programs to prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug-related harm. DAO has had a RAP since 2008 and was encouraged by Reconciliation Australia to further commit and strengthen our partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through the development of a two year Stretch RAP.
  • Strong Spirit Strong Mind - Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Framework for Western Australia 2011- 2015 - guides and informs planning, development and implementation of strategies that will help address AOD related harm in Aboriginal communities.
  • WA Drug and Alcohol Strategy 2005-2009 – A comprehensive state-wide approach to addressing the harms associated with alcohol and other drug use in Western Australia.
  • WA Illicit Amphetamine Summit - Government Action Plan 2007 – The State Government’s response to the 2007 summit on amphetamines; comprises 49 law enforcement, treatment and prevention initiatives to further develop and improve services and programs to address illicit amphetamine use in Western Australia.
  • Community Drug Summit Report 2001 - Recommendations and the State Government’s response to the 2001 summit that involved broad community input into drug policy and program formation.
  • WA Health Cultural Respect Implementation Framework - The Western Australian Health Department policy aiming to improve access to health services through recognition, appreciation and response to cultural diversity.

National policies

Last updated on 17 June 2015