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131. Drug and alcohol services - Pinelodge Clinic - St John of God

Australia, VIC Creator: St John of God Last reviewed: 20/04/2018

Review: Provides specialised psychiatric, alcohol and other drug rehabilitation with both inpatient and day therapy programs for people who use drugs incorporating counselling, assessment, withdrawal and ongoing therapy. Located in Dandenong. NOTE: This is a review of the provider's website and the information on it, not a review of the quality of their servcies.

Tags: Alternative treatments, Assessment, Comorbidity, Consumers, Counselling, Detox, Education, Rehab, Residential treatment

132. Drug and alcohol services - SA Government—Department of Health

Australia, SA Creator: SA Government—Department of Health Last reviewed: 23/01/2019

Review: Service directory providing links to and information about government-supported and sub-contracted agencies providing assessment, early intervention, residential care, outpatient treatment services, and aftercare support for consumers with addiction or other concerns their alcohol and/or other drug use is negatively impacting on their life. The central office also houses a library and resources which are particularly useful for professionals and families.  A confidential helpline providing safe injecting information, counselling, information and a referral service for the general public, concerned family and friends, students and health professionals is offered 8.30am - 10.00pm. Access to research publications and evidence-based resources. 

Tags: Comorbidity, Counselling, Diversion, Drivers, Government, Helpline, Information, Libraries, Safe injecting, Service directories

133. Drug and alcohol support - The Station

Australia, NSW Creator: The Station Last reviewed: 20/04/2018

Review: Alcohol and other drug counselling, outreach and referral service for people at risk of homelessness or requiring primary health care. Support for prevention and early intervention of infectious diseases. Indigenous services and multicultural support available. Appointments can be made with the administration to have time with the AOD worker. 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: Comorbidity, Counselling, Harm reduction, Homeless, Indigenous, Infectious diseases, Information, Multicultural, Outreach, Referrals

134. Drug court - Department of the Attorney General

Australia, WA Creator: Government of Western Australia - Department of the Attorney General Last reviewed: 02/05/2018

Review: Assessment and referral information for a range of intervention initiatives designed to break the cycle of drug related crimes and offending by facilitating treatment programs as part of the court process in Western Australia. There are currently four programs available, all of which require regular appearances in the Drug Court, regular monitoring (including drug screen urine testing) and participation in treatment and support services and programs.

Tags: Assessment, Consumers, Crime, Drug courts, Drug testing, Information, Law, Prisoners, Referrals

135. Drug court homelessness assistance program - WAYSS

Australia, VIC Creator: WAYSS Last reviewed: 18/04/2018

Review: Support and assistance for clients who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and are referred directly and solely by the drug court team in the outer south eastern region of Melbourne. Links people to office-based, rehab and outreach services. Specialist services for women, youth and Indigenous clients.

Tags: Drug courts, Homeless, Indigenous, Outreach, Rehab, Women, Youth

136. Drug education - Jade Lewis

Australia, WA Creator: Jade Lewis & Friends Inc Last reviewed: 30/03/2019

Review: A private, commercial program established by a past international athlete who uses her own experience of dependence to present alcohol and other drug prevention programs in schools - "Just say no", advice to parents and a life-skills program for prisoners. ADIN does not provide quality assurance on the efficacy of the program itself and suggests viewers familiarise themselves with national drug education guidelines. Some content is factually incorrect and does not provide appropriate referencing.

Tags: Addiction, Education, Families, Parents, Prevention, Prisoners, Schools, Students, Teachers

137. Drugs and Sport - Queensland Government

Australia, QLD Creator: Queensland Government Last reviewed: 27/09/2018

Review: Overview of Queensland policy commitment to eliminating drug use in sport. Links to the ASADA [Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority] website and their online training and education resources, and the WADA [World Anti-Doping Agency] site. 

Tags: Drug testing, Government, Policy, Sport

138. Drugs and alcohol - Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation

Australia, ACT Creator: Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation Last reviewed: 26/07/2018

Review: Supports young Aboriginal people with a comprehensive range of services including case management, rehabilitation, group programs, counselling and education incorporating mental health and comorbidity challenges.

Tags: Comorbidity, Detox, Education, Homeless, Indigenous, Information, Mental health, Outreach, Rehab, Youth

139. Drugs and harm reduction - cohealth

Australia, VIC Creator: cohealth Last reviewed: 16/11/2018

Review: Provides facts about homelessness, advocacy for those experiencing homelessness, and clear guidance for people wanting to take action to help those experiencing homelessness.

Tags: Counselling, Harm reduction, Homeless, Indigenous, Mental health, Multicultural, Outreach, Safe injecting, Youth

140. Dunlea Alcohol and Other Drug Youth Service - Youth Off The Streets

Australia, NSW Creator: Youth Off The Streets Last reviewed: 28/04/2018

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. 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: Aftercare, Alternative treatments, Assessment, Counselling, Families, Harm reduction, Homeless, Outreach, Peer support, Referrals, Rehab, Unemployment, Youth