Review: Established national not-for-profit social health and welfare organisation offering a wide range of prevention and intervention services for people experiencing hardship. Targeted services for people who use drugs or alcohol, youth and families experiencing issues related to addiction, mental health, unemployment and homelessness. Find services and resources using the search tags. 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: Integrated services for people at risk of incarceration, prisoners, and recently released offenders experiencing problematic alcohol and other drugs and/or mental health issues. Support also provided to limit homelessness, unemployment and social isolation with residential support and rehab available for individuals. Also provides targeted programs such as drug diversion, comorbidity and ICE early intervention programs and works with Indigenous community and problematic behaviour in youth. Located in city and rural centres.
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.