Review: An innovative problem tackling alcohol and drug dependency and related harm through assertive outreach and community development initiatives. Helps clients improve their health and wellbeing and develop skills to reduce anti-social behaviours. Action research is being conducted on this project aiming to optimise future policies, systems and service models by providing support for consumers tackling problematic alcohol and other drug use.
Review: An outreach program providing assessment, treatment, relapse prevention and referral throughout northern NSW and southern Queensland. Also provides a targeted program for young people aged 12–24 years. One-on-one counselling and peer support options are available. Consultancy, training, education and assistance to communities are key services within the health promotion vision. 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.
Review: Intensive outreach support and counselling programs for young people with a dual diagnosis. Self-referral possible. Aftercare programs are also available.
Review: Residential, outreach, education and aftercare programs for Indigenous Australians. The programs are culturally sensitive and aim to reduce harm from alcohol and other substances. A pdf referral form is on the site. All participants must commit to strict lifestyle habits while participating in the residential and day rehab options. Programs and services also address family violence, anger management, families and relationships, financial management, healthy lifestyles, career pathways, aftercare/outreach (including remote community visitations to follow up on graduated clients), and drug & alcohol education and awareness programs in Top End schools and community groups. Note: This is a review of the provider's website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their services.