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1. WHOS - We Help Ourselves

Australia, NSW Creator: WHOS - We Help Ourselves Last reviewed: 29/12/2017

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.            

Tags: Assessment, Comorbidity, Counselling, Detox, Education, Heroin, Infectious diseases, Men, Peer support, Pregnancy, Referrals, Residential treatment, Women

2. NSW Users and AIDS Association

5 out of 5 stars
Australia, NSW Creator: NSW Users and AIDS Association (NUAA) Last reviewed: 24/06/2018 Tags: Advocacy, Harm reduction, Infectious diseases, Peak bodies, People who use drugs, Safe injecting

3. Stimulant Health Check-Up

5 out of 5 stars
Australia, NSW Creator: ACON Alcohol and other Drugs Program Last reviewed: 20/02/2018 Tags: Amphetamines, GLBTIQ, Harm reduction, Ice, Infectious diseases, Information, Overdose, People who use drugs, Safe injecting, Safe partying

9. Asian Network of People who use drugs [ANPUD]

4 out of 5 stars
Asia Pacific Creator: Asian Network of People who use drugs [ANPUD] Last reviewed: 16/10/2018 Tags: Advocacy, Harm reduction, Infectious diseases, Multicultural, People who use drugs, Policy, Prevention, Resources, Strategy

10. Research - HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies

4 out of 5 stars
USA Creator: New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University - HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies Last reviewed: 07/05/2018 Tags: GLBTIQ, Infectious diseases, Medical, Policy, Prevention, Research, Women