Day for ice’s other victims

Turning Point education officer Dean Rogut in Mildura for the BreakThrough ice forum.
Picture: Louise Donges

Turning Point education officer Dean Rogut in Mildura for the BreakThrough ice forum. Picture: Louise Donges

THE first of a series of community inform­ation sessions with a focus on the impact drug use has on families and friends has aimed to break down barriers for people to seek help.

The BreakThrough ice education forum by Melbourne-based service provider Turning Point at Mallee District Aboriginal Services (MDAS) on Monday attracted a handful of community members and a larger group of current workers in the drug and alcohol support sector.

Turning Point education officer Dean Rogut said the session was part of the State Government’s Ice Action Plan and had been delivered across the state since October last year.

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