The Community Fun Day we shared with Nunks was a great success, the weather was fantastic and everyone had a good time.
The latest issue of ASG’s quarterly newsletter is now available.
Congratulations to all who made our accreditation possible, and to all clients competing their LTW program.
Ramla Molligoda – Senior Finance Officer
Bianca Kreft – Executive Assistant
Ian Sansbury – Program Manager (Homelessness)
Christine Small- Pearce – Centre Supervisor (House of Hope)
James Aulich – Centre Supervisor (Lakalinjeri Tumbetin Waal Rehab Farm)
Don Scordo – Program Manager (Riverland)
Clinton Bennell – MAP Supervisor (Mobile Assistance Patrol)
Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation (ASG) has been successful in obtaining their accreditation for a further 3 years. ASG is committed in providing quality programs and procedures for our clients and staff members.
In December 2016, the Quality Improvement Council (QIC) accredited ASG under the Quality Improvement Council Health and Community Services Standards. This was a result of many hours of internal reviews and improvements by the Quality Improvement Team, Program Managers and staff members.
Managers and staff members know that quality improvement does not stop at achieving accreditation but that programs and procedures require constant review to ensure they meet the needs of clients, the community and staff and that they meet legal requirements set by State and Federal Governments.
ASG had a celebration lunch on Friday, 2nd June 2017 at the Buckingham Arms Hotel and would like to thank all who attended the lunch.
You may have noticed some exciting new developments with the Aboriginal Sobriety Group identity. We are proud to announce the ASG logo and website … Read More
Individuals can enter any of our services which include Substance Misuse, Rehabilitation (Lakalinjeri Tumbetin Waal), Riverland, Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP) and Homelessness via self referral or interagency referral and can exit at any … Read More