Josette did training in Griffith last week below are a couple of photos and nice email that she received from one of the participantsDear josette Thankyou for our lovely photos… Sam and I had a fabulous time it was great training as… you can imagine with my age I have had lots over the years […]
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Josette travelled across to WA and trained 20 people over 4 day at the end of March.
Josette travelled to Launceston in mid-March and delivered SMART Training and BE SMART Training to the Salvation Army there.
Josette Freeman and Jody Lloyd (Wandarma Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Service) went to Gippsland to conduct training on the 17th and 18th of February, this was part of the grant we received from the Andrew’s Foundation. We trained 11 people to set up Indigenous groups in the area.
Ryam McGlaughlin (Executive Director) and Josette Freeman (Co-ordinator) from SMART Recovery had a good meeting with The Parliamnentary Secretary to the NSW Premier The Hon Marie Ficarra on the 12th December 2013.
Dubbo Daily Liberal A CITY first “life-saving” program aimed at helping residents overcome addictive behaviour will be launched tonight at the Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre. The Self Management and Recovery Training (SMART) Recovery program facilitator Beth, who chose not to reveal her surname due to the program’s sensitivity, said she was excited to run the first […]
SMART RECOVERY APPOINTS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR November 21 2013: Not for profit organisation SMART Recovery, whose programs focus on providing support to tackle the underlying issues surrounding addictions, has announced the appointment of Ryan McGlaughlin as Executive Director. Ryan will play a pivotal role within the organisation focusing on program development, cultivating long-term strategies to guide […]
published on October 17 2013 in the University of Liverpool University News Click here to read
By Denise Winterman BBC News Magazine 17th Oct 2013 Click here to read
From the Conversation, 10th Oct 2013, by David Best Click here to read