In October 2018, as part of the Fair Treatment campaign, 100 supporters walked the 500,000 steps from Dubbo to deliver a message to NSW Parliament in Sydney – highlighting how far a person in regional NSW may have to travel to reach the drug treatment they need.
This Long Walk to Treatment has now been made into a powerful and moving documentary telling the personal stories behind a movement to reform drug laws and policy and make treatment available to all.
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre is holding a free screening of the documentary on Thursday the 13th of February from 3pm to 4:30pm.
The screening will be held on premises at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, in Room 104, Building R1, 22 - 32 King St, Randwick.
To attend this free screening, please click the Register button
This documentary is part of the Fair Treatment campaign spearheaded by Uniting, which calls for drug law reform and enhanced access to treatment and harm reduction services in NSW and ACT.