Browse our current projects to find information, resources and tools that will enhance your practice or address your workforce needs.

Addiction leadership days

Keeping the workforce up-to-date.

Alcohol and Drug Outcome Measure

The outcome measure for community-based outpatient adult addiction services.

Asian language resources

Use CAGE and AUDIT to discover if your drinking is ok, and read our resources on how drinking affects your body. 日本语 | 繁體 | 简体 | 한글

Co-existing problems

Organisations can access resources to improve the way they respond to people experiencing co-existing problems.

Consumer and peer workforce

Information, resources and research to help the sector develop and grow the peer and consumer workforce.

Cultural competency

Supporting services and practitioners to engage and work effectively with a range of people from diverse cultures and recognising the impact of culture.


Complete essential training online at your own pace at a time that suits you.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

Enhancing the ability of frontline professionals to recognise and respond effectively and compassionately to people with FASD and other neurodevelopmental impairments.

Real Skills: Online assessment tool

Real Skills is a free online self-assessment tool for organisations and the workforce to assess knowledge and skills and plan targeted workforce development.

Substance Addiction (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 2017

The Substance Addiction (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 2017 came into effect on 21 February 2018.

Therapeutic communities

Collaborating to provide support and training that develops the capacity and capability of therapeutic communities within New Zealand.

Wellbeing of the workforce

Investigating the factors that contribute to worker wellbeing in the addiction sector.

Workforce data

Information on data about the addiction workforce.

Working with families and whānau

Information and resources that supports the addiction workforce to meet the needs of the family and whānau of people with addiction issues.