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Multicultural Drug and Alcohol Partnership

The Multicultural Alcohol and Drug Partnership (MDAP) aims to support young people from the South Sudanese community who are experiencing harm from alcohol and drug use.

The program is focused on working with young people, their families and the broader community using health promotion, harm reduction and a community development framework.

Many factors can lead to alcohol and drug use, including, trauma, racism, lack of opportunities, social isolation, boredom, and the stress caused by managing the expectations of family and culture and fitting in with peers and mainstream culture.

MDAP is working in partnership with the South Sudanese community in Yarra to address alcohol and drug (AoD) related harms .

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