This is the cover of a 2008 report, A stocktake of Pacific alcohol and drug services and interventions. Le Ala interventions involved bringing members of Pacific Island communities together in an environment where they could safely tell the stories of their experiences with their own or others' drug and alcohol use. From this they could develop more healthy ways of living.
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Health Promotion Agency
Reference: Magila Annandale, and others, A stocktake of Pacific alcohol and drug services and interventions: stocktake report. Wellington: Alcohol Advisory Council of New Zealand, 2008
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