First Step Program Bus Tour

Registrations are now open for the First Step Program Bus Tour, Thursday 25th July from 10.00am till 2.00pm.

First Step Program intend to continually improve the way they relate to other services and increase staff knowledge around the issues of Drugs and Alcohol,
trusting that this opportunity will address gaps in networking and referrals between services. The bus tour gives participants an on the ground view of the current situation around drug use and Blood Borne Infection(BBI) transmissions. It provides an opportunity to dispel myths and “get the real story” on such a hidden, sensitive, and not often talked about area.

Itinerary:
09.45am Meeting at First Step Program, Port Kembla Hospital, Fairfax Road, Warrawong.
10.00am Depart for Hill 60, Port Kembla
10.45am Warilla Community Health Centre
11.15am The Wollongong Hospital Automatic Dispensing Machine
11.45am Rawson Street Centre, Wollongong site visit
12.15pm Darcy House, Port Kembla site visit
12.45pm Darcy House for lunch

Cost is $15.00 which goes to Darcy House for providing lunch. Click here to register or Google ‘Sticky Tickets July FSP Bus Tour ’.Places are limited and book out fast.

See what other people are saying about the tour.

First Step Program is a free and confidential blood borne virus prevention service In the Illawarra and Shoalhaven area. The service provides clean injecting equipment, free condoms as well as support and referrals in all matters of health and welfare including detox and rehabilitation. First Step Program provide outreach services and education on HIV,Hepatitis A, B and C and waste management of used syringes to individuals and groups.

 A collaborative initiative between First Step Program HARP, & Healthy Cities Illawarra

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