Project implementation in the alcohol and other drug field

Posted on: Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Positive partnerships are needed for the successful implementation of alcohol and other drug projects, a report has found.

Produced by Eastern Health’s Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre and funded by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) , the report sought to identify enabling factors and barriers to successful project implementation as well as factors that supported sustainability after funding finished for alcohol and other drug projects.

The study highlighted the importance to AOD project implementation of maintaining positive relationships with partner agencies and communities, of employing staff with appropriate expertise and of careful project planning and design.

The full reports can be found here.

Project Implementation in the Alcohol and Other Drug Field: Enablers, Barriers and Sustainability summary report

Project Implementation in the Alcohol and Other Drug Field: Enablers, Barriers and Sustainability full report