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COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation wish to advise that in the interest of supporting community wide precautions against the spread of COVID-19, the following changes to our service provision are in place: Access to our Head Office at 60 Boulter Road is by appointment only....
Menzies – Social Media and Well-being

Menzies – Social Media and Well-being

Menzies School of Health Research are hosting a Social Media and Well-Being session to explore if positive social marketing can be used to promote Indigenous mental health. Click here for more information Menzies Social Media and Well-being
Notice of CAAPS Annual General Meeting – 22nd November 2019

Notice of CAAPS Annual General Meeting 2018

All members of the corporation are advised that an annual general meeting of the members of Council for Aboriginal Alcohol Program Services (CAAPS) Corp. will take place as follows: Time: 10am Date: 23rd November 2018 Place: 60 Boulter Road Berrimah NT 0820 Please...
Healthy Families Treatment Model

Healthy Families Treatment Model

CAAPS provides a range of AOD treatment services to people and their families. This document outlines the evidence base from which CAAPS draws its practice from in areas related to programs delivery, assessment and screening and case management. Click here to view the...