Alcohol and Other Drug Consumer & Community Coalition

The Alcohol and Other Drug Consumer & Community Coalition (AODCCC) was incorporated in June 2018 in response to the need and support for an AOD specific consumer advocacy body. We have recently received funding from the Mental Health Commission in order to progress our establishment and have now released our Mission, Vision and Values.


Our membership is open to people who use or who have used alcohol and other drugs, their family members and significant others. A link to an online membership application can be found here and on our Facebook page.  Hard copy applications are available here and can be emailed to

Management Committee

Full details of our current Management Committee are provided on the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission (ACNC) website. Our Terms of Reference can be found here..

Contact Us

For any information please contact us via:
Phone 0478 438 606

2019 AGM

Our 2019 AGM will be held on the 9th of December, 5.30-6.30pm at the Dome Café in Maylands, 221-228 Railway Parade.  Nominations for the Management Committee closed Monday the 18th November.


31st October Report – our first report as per 31st October funding deliverables can be found here.


August update (July activities)

September update (August activities)

October update (September activities)

November update (October activities)


In 2015, the Health Consumers’ Council was funded to co-ordinate a project to build on the recommendations from the November 2014 Forum, Improving Consumer Involvement in the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector.   An Alcohol and Other Drug Advisory Group (AODAG) comprising government agencies, not for profit organisations and consumers was set up to oversee progress.

The project specifically addressed the following recommendations:

  1. to develop a common set of principles for engagement
  2. outline best practice engagement strategies for the sector

You can read the full document here.

In 2017 the WA Primary Health Alliance funded HCC to support the ongoing work of the Alcohol and Other Drug Advisory Group (AODAG) to oversee a new project entitled “Improving Consumer Involvement in the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector”.

It was agreed that the term ‘alcohol and other drug consumers’ was inclusive of current users, service users, potential service users, family members and supporters.