Mr Jason Ramp has previous experince working Alice Springs working in an Outreach positon – delibering assertive outreach to access the sobering up unit, harm minimsation delivery, AOD First Aid. He also worked in Aranda House which ia a DASSA Clincal rehabiliations servcie as a Clinician. He has experience working in the Sobering Up unit in Alice Springs working with males and females in a cultrually safe manner to support people to reduce the impact of harmful alcohol misuse and the dangers associated with this.
He currently works in the Community Connections- Social and Emotional Well-being team and Homelessness Service and Youth Crisis Accommodation facility with West Coast Youth and Communtiy Support dealing with clients who experience mental health and drug and alcohol issues as well as family and communty members impacted by this misuse, through his role he provides:
- AOD support for clients who wish to reduce or quit, including relapse prevention,reduction, harm minimisation.
- Support with referral to therputic AOD servcies.
- AOD information and education and cultural connection porgrams to community, schools and staff.
- Supports the Clean Needle Program and provides information to community who use this service
He is currently working on the NIMAC Trail and the “We Can Do This” project as a support worker/peer support form West Coast Youth and communtiy Support, he has also been involved with the Local Drug Action Team where they conducted surveys with the community to find what was the biggest drug concern and where are gaps in servcie delivery amd supports.