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Our harm minimisation approach focuses on three main priority areas Community, Families and Youth.

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LDAGs provide an opportunity for people to actively participate in their local community. Made up of volunteers, LDAGs combine to take action to reduce prevent and reduce alcohol and other drug related harm.

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LDAG Initiatives

Our Local Drug Action Groups Branches are always running activities and events all over Western Australia. Community based initiatives to prevent harm and minimise the effects of alcohol and other drugs.

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Margaret River LDAG Be Above the Influence. Have that state of mind. Life is about being yourself and not letting a negative influence get to you. Pressure to drink, do drugs or do anything that goes against who you are in order to fit in is a negative influence. If…

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Mundaring LDAG Starting in July, the Mundaring Arts centre in partnership with MLDAG held a number of worn out worn art workshops at in school residency’s leading up to the Darlington Arts Festival. The students created large-scale back sets, sculptures and back drops for the performance as well as some…

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Yalgoo LDAG The Yalgoo Emu Cup is an annual event held in the small Mid West Community. With a focus on driver safety and road aware, emu costumes are designed and made for different races.

Our People Say

Jeni Henderson

The principles of acknowledging community-wisdom and actively supporting communities to use that wisdom in responding to local alcohol and other drug issues is one that can bring about real change. I appreciate the fact that in communities across WA everyday people are giving of their time, energy to work together to make their communities safer and healthier. I have been an LDAG volunteer on and off since 1998 and believe in the power of those principles to change harmful drug cultures and traditions. I LOVE LDAG!

Jeni Henderson Community Programs Officer - Local Drug Action Groups
Professor Mike Daube AO

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Professor Mike Daube AO