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Tim Potter is the narrator of Addicted? audiobook that was written by Matt Noffs

About the Author(s) of Addicted?

Matt Noffs is the author of Addicted?

Matt Noffs is the co-founder of the Street Universities and CEO of Noffs Foundation, Australia’s largest drug and alcohol treatment service provider for young people under 25.The Noffs Foundation is a leader in providing drug and alcohol services for young people in Australia. Working in the social sector has been part of Matt’s life for as long as he can remember. The Noffs Foundation was founded in 1970 by his grandfather, Reverend Ted Noffs and Margaret Noffs. The couple established Sydney’s The Wayside Chapel, set up the first drug referral centre in Sydney and co-founded Lifeline in 1963. Work in the drug rehabilitation field was continued by Matt’s parents. As CEO of the Noffs Foundation for a new generation, Matt, with his partner Naomi, established and now runs an early intervention service known as The Street University, in Sydney’s west and southwest, which aims to reconnect kids with their communities and help them discover their innate capacity.

Addicted? Full Details

NarratorTim Potter
Length7 hours and 18 minutes
AuthorMatt Noffs
PublisherHarperCollins Publishers
Release dateJuly 25, 2018


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The imprint is HarperAudio. It is supplied by HarperCollins Publishers. The ISBN-10 is 146079849X. The ISBN-13 is 9781460798492.

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