Children of Dispossession: An Evaluation of Petrol Sniffing on Anangu Pitjantjatjara Lands

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Department of State Aboriginal Affairs, 1993 - Aboriginal Australians - 162 pages
History and extent of petrol sniffing on Anangu Pitjantjatjara lands; includes statistics - morbidity and mortality rates; evacuation rates, hospital admission and treatments; role of Nganampa Health Council; petrol sniffing as a behavioural problem - legal and educational aspects; evaluation of intervention programs; State Government programs - role of Petrol Sniffing Co- ordinator, Tungkillo Camp, Police aids Birthday Creek rehabilitation program, the Healthy Aboriginal Life Team (HALT); community initiatives - Minymaku Council, Nganampa Tjitjiku Welfare Council; local programs at Amata, Kalka / Pipalyatjare, Mimili, Fregon, Indulkana, Ernabella; perceptions of programs effectiveness; recommendations; rehabilitation programs; community and general welfare; organised health provisions and actions - Aboriginal.

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