is considered a vital part of the overall functioning of
National Addiction Centre (NAC) and considerable emphasis
is given to active liaison with the addiction treatment
field in New Zealand, both informally and formally.
progress reports of NAC activities are made available to
New Zealand addiction treatment field through a variety
of means. These include, in addition to this website, a
section in the Addiction Treatment Research News, the official
newsletter of the Addiction Treatment Research Interest Group
a grassroots organisation initiated by NAC, and at the
treatment conference (Cutting Edge).
document aims to provide an overview of key information for
the national addiction treatment sector of Aotearoa New Zealand
and briefly covers a wide range of relevant topics and issues.
Addiction Treatment Interest Group aims to facilitate
the conducting and dissemination of research treatment
in the alcohol, drugs and addiction field.
John Dobson Memorial Foundation has as its goal to perpetuate
the values, energy and personal qualities the late Dr John
Dobson brought to bear in the care and treatment of people
with drug and alcohol and broader mental health problems
and to the public advocacy of their plight.