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Minister Wooldridge to launch Victorian Drug Action Week and new name and brand for Moreland Hall – 15 June

Come and join us for a special day for the alcohol and other drugs (AOD) sector in Victoria and in the history of Moreland Hall.

dawLaunch of Drug Action Week

On 15th June the Honourable Mary Wooldridge, Minister for Mental Health, Women’s Affairs and Community Relations, along with VAADA, the peak body for the Victorian AOD sector, will be joining us for the official launch of Drug Action Week in Victoria.

Minister Wooldridge will also be launching Moreland Hall’s new name and brand.

  • When: Friday, 15 June 2012
  • Time: 10.30am registration for a 10.45 start followed by a bbq and tours of our services from midday.
  • Location: UnitingCare Moreland Hall, 26 Jessie Street, Coburg VIC 3058 (3 mins from Moreland train station – Upfield line). Limited parking available.
  • RSVP: By Friday 8 June to Lisa Lanphier 03 9384 8824 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (including disability and dietary requirements). Numbers are strictly limited, so please ensure you RSVP to Lisa.

Drug Action Week runs from 17-23 June with this year’s theme being ‘Looking After YOUR Mind!’

We will be running a range of activities for the week, including

  • Volunteers raising awareness during peak hours at Flinders Street, Parliament and Moreland railways stations on 20 June
  • An Open Day for Single Session and Single Session Family Counselling Work on 21 June and other activities across our programs.

MH_Logo_crossoutLaunching our new name!

OK, it's time to unveil our new name. As well as changing our name on 15th June we’ll also be changing how our publications look and how we communicate with clients, service providers and the wider community.

Importantly, the changes won’t affect the way we provide our services and our focus on providing people with AOD issues, their families and friends the best support we can.

Come and find out why we are rebranding and the journey we have gone on to make this important decision. We believe that our new brand will give people who don’t already know us a better understanding of who we are, what we do and how we do it. Apart from the speeches and unveiling of our new name, the event will feature people who have used our services speaking about their own ‘Roads to recovery’, a performance from our community choir and the release of our ‘Recovery’ positioning paper.

We will be live tweeting from the launch. To be part of the conversation, follow the #DAW2012 Hashtag . If you’re new to Twitter, feel free to use our Twitter Event Guide for attendees to get you started.

Please come and join us for what will be an important day in our 42 year-old history!