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Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation (ASG)

Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation (ASG) is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Corporation that values the practice and determinations of Aboriginal culture, customs and tradition. ASG encourages positive and better life experiences, empowering our clients and their community to maintain sobriety.

ASG was formed approximately 40 years ago and over this period the Corporation’s principle focus is on the rehabilitation of the misuse of drugs and alcohol and the impact of drugs and alcohol on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and Community. The Corporation provides a provision of services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, critically promoting sobriety as the first step to functional and productive lifestyles.

It is the aim of ASG to assist people to improve their quality of life through the provision of programs and culturally safe services to support positive social, physical and emotional well-being for individuals, families and their communities.

ASG incorporated in 1976 and over its long history of operations has received funding from a variety of sources. 

Activities include the Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP), servicing the greater Adelaide region and Riverland, and the Western Adelaide Aboriginal Specific Homelessness Service. Both services respond directly to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the provision of safety, crisis accommodation, early intervention/prevention, intensive tenancy support, children’s support, case management, employment and education, health, mental health, and other targeted homeless service responses.