Help & support services
Review: Provides a range of counselling, health and social programs for young people in western Melbourne. Aims to encourage health promotion through prevention and harm reduction by encouraging youth to engage in their own wellbeing. Additional support available for young women who are pregnant or youth who are at-risk of homelessness.
Review: A directory of health services available in the ACT. The list includes alcohol, other drug and mental health services. Search can be refined to include detox, inpatient/outpatient rehab, forensic services, justice health, education and pharmcotherapy services.
Review: Provides strong leadership in the treatment and prevention of alcohol and other drug misuse in Aboriginal people, through culturally appropriate services and the National Indigenous Drug Strategy. Services are provided to youth, families, offenders, schools and communities.
Review: Peak body representing Aboriginal community organisations across South Australia. Provides responses to a range of state and national committees and strategies, health promotion materials and research. Provides access to past and current project outlines, a newsletter, events and resources.
Review: Liaison service for families and Aboriginal children in state care or in consideration of state care. In addition, accommodation support services provided for Aboriginal young people aged 15–24. Referral to specialist support for physical, mental or social health issues. Training, professional development and events for carers provided. Emphasis on supporting youth and children to avoid homelessness, to reduce risk factors, and to increase protective factors.
Review: A community-based organisation that provides crisis intervention, assessment, stabilisation and rehabilitation for Aboriginal people with alcohol and other drug problems. Provides residential non - medical rehabilitation centre for men, mobile assistance patrols and individual and culturally appropriate interventions for men and women.
Review: A private rehab program offering residential, day, outpatient and aftercare options following a 5-stage treatment for individuals and their families. Medically supervised withdrawal, assessment, individual and group programs are available to meet specific comorbidity issues.
Review: Overview of an extensive range of abstinence-based recovery, withdrawal management, long-term residential treatment and non-residential community based support programs offered nationally. Make an online enquiry or referral. Search for a service capacity.
Review: Private clinic offering detox, rehab and counselling services for people who have co-occurring alcohol and other drug or mental health problems. Access to assessment, inpatient and outpatient withdrawal services, and an addiction rehab day program. Located in Melbourne. Note: This is a review and star rating of the provider’s website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.
10. AdeleAustralia, NSW Creator: Adele Last reviewed: 26/03/2016
Review: A comprehensive residential treatment, alternative treatment and recovery program for people with substance abuse issues. Counselling using cognitive behavioural therapy and 12-step philosophy. All participants have access to regular gym workouts as part of the commitment to ensure the health and fitness of consumers is improved while in treatment. A feature of the programs is the requirement participants commit to saving part of their income or Centrelink in preparation for successful independence at the conclusion of their involvement in the programs. Multiple locations available - Coffs Harbor, Werrington and Randalls.