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4. Alcoholics Anonymous Darwin

4 out of 5 stars
Australia, NT Creator: Alcoholics Anonymous Darwin Last reviewed: 21/08/2016 Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, Events, Helpline, Peer support, Referrals, Resources, Self-help

5. International Cannabinoid Research Society

4 out of 5 stars
International Creator: International Cannabinoid Research Society Last reviewed: 18/08/2016 Tags: Addiction, Cannabis, Medical use, Multicultural, Professional development, Professionals, Research

7. Manly Drug Education and Counselling Centre (MDECC)

Australia, NSW Creator: Manly Drug Education and Counselling Centre (MDECC) Last reviewed: 16/08/2016

Review: Industry recognised, non-government community-based agency specialising in providing counselling and support for young people 14-25yo.  Support options include specialised groups, case management, referrals to other services, relapse prevention, crisis management, mental health assessment, and support for families affected by a child with alcohol, dependence or addiction issues. All services are free, confidential and can be accessed without a Medicare card. Both self-referral and referral by a health professional is possible. Note: This is a review of the provider's website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.

Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, Assessment, Comorbidity, Counselling, Families, Mental health, Prevention, Referrals, Rehab, Youth

8. We Help Ourselves

Australia, NSW Creator: We Help Ourselves Last reviewed: 15/08/2016

Review: A range of evidence-based therapeutic programs and projects targeting individuals over 18yo seeking a treatment goal of abstinence, opioid reduction or opioid stabilisation. All options require detox prior to engagement and a commitment to transfer a percentage of Centrelink benefits for the duration of the residential treatment programs. Specific services targeting methadone reduction, women-only, pregnant women and men-only programs, plus HIV, infectious diseases projects and services for co-morbidity issues. Initial contact can be made by the consumer or their health professional. Note: This is a review of the provider's website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.            

Tags: Assessment, Comorbidity, Counselling, Detox, Education, Heroin, Infectious diseases, Men, Peer support, Pregnancy, Referrals, Residential treatment, Women