1. Oolong HouseAustralia, NSW Creator: Oolong House Last reviewed: 30/11/2016
Review: Holistic 16 week residential treatment program and halfway house tailored, but not exclusively, to the needs of Aboriginal men to address addiction, comorbidity and other risky lifestyle behaviours. The program encourages an ongoing commitment from graduates to provide peer support. Phone the facility to begin the referral process. NOTE: This is a review of the provider's website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.
Review: Offers a range of alcohol, other drug and dual diagnosis services. Services include outreach counselling for parents of children dealing with alcohol and other drug issues, short term housing, men's residential treatment and a group-work program for men and women.
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.
Review: An Aboriginal Community Controlled organisation that is dedicated to delivering quality specialist alcohol and drug residential, rehab and outreach support services to meet the needs of Indigenous people and their families in Victoria. Specialised women's, men's, youth, justice and homelessness services are offered. Self-referral is available by downloading the online form. Assessment, case management and counselling is through the Clinical Services Unit.
Review: A Christian-based residential drug treatment and training facility targeting 16–30 year old men incorporating family reconciliation, counselling, individual case management, pre-vocational and vocational training, and the building of life skills. There is an online application form to request admission to the program. Separate newly developed women's facility just opening in central Sydney.