Aboriginal alcohol use managed by beswick community club, one in 40 Aboriginal Australians says it has changed over the past year or two and he would not dri카지노가입쿠폰nk again.
“I’d be more careful. You could find yourself in a situation where someone comes along and gets you on board with what they want, and they’re obviously trying to do something really evil, but you know, in the end it’s just a bit of a trade off,” Mr Swan said.
The ABC contacted Mr Swan’s local health authority for comment.
Health Minister Eric Abetz says alcohol misuse and substance abuse problems in the community have increased.
“We’re seeing more than 10 per cent of young people with mental health problems from alcohol and have had significant impacts in the community of that.”
But Mr Swan is among about 20 Indigenous Australians who have failed to report issues with their alcohol.
He says there are also concerns about the “culture” of booze in the Aboriginal community in the wake of legal reforms introduced by the Northern Territory Government in the mid 1970s.
“I think it really has caused us as Aboriginal people to lose our perspective, as well as being very isolated,” he said.
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