Welcome to ADAC
This site provides information about the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (SA) Inc. (ADAC). You can find out about the projects we run, contact our staff members and access resource material and details of current and past projects.
We hope that you find this web site useful in finding out about the work of ADAC and in gaining knowledge about substance misuse. If you found the information in the web site informative or interesting, or completely the opposite, please do not hesitate to send us an email.
If you would like further information on the Council please do not hesitate to contact ADAC.
The Circle is the Rehabilitation Centre
The fractured feet walking in represents the broken health of the clients
The Black feet walking out represents good health of the rehabilitated, free of addiction and in good health
The centre line represents the Road to Recovery
The lines on the outside of the feet represent the support and guidance of family members, elders and other services while walking the Road to recovery
The artist is Max Mansell
Winner of (Footsteps Road to Recovery Logo Competition)
Makin' Tracks team member Byron Wright has risen to the challenge of caring for the newly aquired site of the Footsteps Residential Rehab.
Taking Care of ADAC'S Rehab
ADAC has finally started BBQ'S in the parklands again. There were a few involved, with Adelaide City Council and SAPOL and believe it or not they wanted our involvement to produce the BBQ's again
As part of the Adelaide parklands strategy to the proposed CBD dry zone,
BBQs being coordinated by Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council SA Inc. (ADAC) and Nunkuwarrin Yunti, DCSI Homelessness Strategy branch will occur every Friday.
BBQs will be held in different locations or as negotiated by users and Services, first Parklands BBQ drew a crowd of 45 people in the West Park Lands. It was a beautiful sunny day and the food provided was meat, salads, juice and fruit.
FRIDAY BBQ'S IN THE PARK LANDS