Review: Long term holistic residential rehabilitation program for young people, 16–30 years guided by Christian principles. Includes recreational and alternative treatments. Young people receive ongoing follow-up by a local support volunteer to help integration back into the community.
Review: Non-government agency providing a range of outreach, assessment, counselling, alternative treatments, referral, counselling and relapse prevention services for young people aged 12–25 years and the families of people who use drugs in the Barwon region of Victoria.
Review: A long-term residential life skills development training program for women with any life-controlling issues, such as alcohol and other drug dependence or mental health issues, or victims of abuse and violence. Programs incorporate counselling, group work, education, peer support, mentoring and participation in alternative treatments such as their established cottage industry options. Participants are required to pay 75% of their Centrelink payment to enable them to be involved. Self-referral is available by using the online email contact form.
Review: Residential alternative treatment and rehabilitation program within a Christian community in the Yarra Valley for men who are homeless and substance-dependent.
Review: Provides a holistic therapeutic program with both medical and alternative health models. Provides community support, outreach, counselling, residential and non-residential withdrawal and residential rehabilitation services for young people, adults and families where alcohol and other drug dependency is an issue. Located in St Kilda, Dandenong and a therapeutic community in rural Victoria.
9. 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.
Review: A flexible service for young people 13-19 who want to take charge of their alcohol or other drug use. The individual counselling and peer support alternative programs provide structure, skills and strategies for harm reduction and healthier lifestyle choices. The services aim to support clients to avoid long-term addiction, poor health, homelessness, disengagement or unemployment. Support is also available for the families of the young people.