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The Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Authority is a Western Australian authority that commenced operation on 1 January 1974.

    

The Authority was established under the Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Authority Act of 1974 for the treatment, management, care and rehabilitation of people suffering from alcohol and drug abuse in Western Australia.Click here to see the full biography
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by Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Authority
[Perth, W.A.] : Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Authority, 1976-1981
 
 
by Corry, Angela
[Mount Lawley, W.A.] : Western Australian Alcohol and Drug Authority, 1998
 
 
by Bartu, Anne
[Mt. Lawley, W.A.] : Western Australian Alcohol & Drug Authority, 1993
 
 
 
[Mt. Lawley, W.A. : W.A. Alcohol & Drug Authority, 1993]
 
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