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Hope headquarters: recovery college

Leighton Jay A E , Bruce Macadam B , Pamela Gardner C and Lyn Mahboub D
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A Sotica Pty Ltd, PO Box 8141, Hilton, WA 6163, Australia.

B Starfish Strategy Inc., PO Box 46, Duncraig East, WA 6023, Australia.

C PO Box 2137, Esperance, WA 6450, Australia.

D Curtin University, GPO Box U1987, Perth, WA 6845, Australia.

E Corresponding author. Email: leighton@sotica.com.au

Health Promotion Journal of Australia 28(2) 170-173 https://doi.org/10.1071/HE17034
Submitted: 30 March 2017  Accepted: 22 June 2017   Published: 25 July 2017


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