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Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association

P.O. Box 7187

Watson, Australian Capital Territory 2602

Australia

Company Description

ATODA is committed to collaboratively supporting specialist drug services to strengthen their culturally secure practices. In acknowledgement of the need for further development in the sector, the ACT ATOD Executive Directors Group committed to investing ... more

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Member
Australian National Council on Drugs

Board Member
Drug Council of Australia

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Committees - Penington Institute

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Ms Carrie Fowlie, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)


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Carrie Fowlie | Harm Reduction Australia

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Carrie Fowlie

Harm reduction works because it is driven by affected communities and science. It is compassionate, pragmatic and non-judgmental as it accepts people for who they are, where they are at and listens to what people need. Harm reduction is effective and cost-effective health, social and economic policy.
Carrie Fowlie is a systems advocate who promotes evidence-based policy, public health, social justice and Reconciliation. She is the current and founding Executive Officer of Canberra's drug sector peak body, the Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA). She has held several Ministerial appointments, including a Prime Ministerial appointment to the Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD). She is a board member of the Alcohol and other Drug Council of Australia and the Social Determinants of Health Alliance. She is the chair of the Implementing Expanded Naloxone Availability in the ACT Committee. Her work has resulted in her being awarded the ACT Outstanding Contributions to Young People Award.
Carrie is an advocate for drug user and affected community driven initiatives. She actively supports collaborations between people who use drugs and their friends and families, researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and peak bodies.
She is currently involved in harm reduction policy across various areas including extending Needle and Syringe Programs in community and prison settings; opioid overdose prevention and management including take-home naloxone; drug checking and real-time community alert systems; injecting drug use public health law reform; potential harms and benefits of e-cigarettes and drink driving counter-measures.


Carrie Fowlie, chief ...

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Carrie Fowlie, chief executive of the Alcohol Tobacco and other Drug Association, ACT, said public debate had been poor with "people talking past each other" and "failing to listen to the diverse perspectives that should be informing policy analysis. ATODA is concerned that sections of the medical profession are taking too narrow an approach on this topic, failing to acknowledge what many see as the bottom line," she said.


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ATODA executive director Carrie Fowlie said opioids were very high risk drugs and problems related to overuse of the drugs had grown steadily in recent years.

"We need to have a multi-pronged strategy to look at supply reduction, demand reduction and harm reduction," she said.
Ms Fowlie said opioid-related deaths in the ACT had resulted from both prescription opioids such as oxyconton and street drugs such as heroin.
"Opioids are classed as a schedule eight drug which means that they are very dangerous drugs and have quite strict rules attached to them," she said.

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