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1. Alcohol Rehab Centre in Sydney, NSW Alcohol Treatment

Australia, NSW Creator: The Cabin Sydney Last reviewed: 16/05/2018

Review: Private addiction treatment centre dealing with substance addictions such as alcohol and other drugs, as well as process addictions such as gambling, sex or compulsive use of the internet. It is a multi-national treatment centre with residential treatment being provided off-shore in Thailand and outpatient services being offered in Sydney. Free, confidential assessments are offered in Sydney. The programs integrate treatment models including core elements of 12-step programs, CBT (Cognitive Brain Therapy) and mindfulness meditation. Self-referrals are possible via telephone or email. 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: 12-step programs, Addiction, Assessment, CBT, Email, People who use drugs, Referrals, Residential treatment, Telephone

2. Drug and Alcohol Awareness Rehabilitation Centre - Gumbi Gumbi Aboriginal and Torres Strat Islander Corporation

Australia, QLD Creator: Gumbi Gumbi Aboriginal and Torres Strat Islander Corporation Last reviewed: 29/01/2018

Review: An Indigenous, non government organisation focussing on the rehabilitation of alcohol, drugs and volatile substances. Intensive, culturally appropriate residential and non residential rehabilitation centre providing counselling, group work and education to members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Programs are based on stages of change, motivational therapy. CBT, AA and holistic care. Located in Rockhampton.

Tags: Addiction, Advocacy, Communities, Counselling, Education, Indigenous, Referrals, Rehab, Residential treatment

4. The Deal Project - The University of New South Wales—National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Australia, National services Creator: The University of New South Wales—National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre Last reviewed: 31/01/2019

Review: 'The Deal Project' is developing an online self-help program based in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for young people 18-25 years who are experiencing comorbidity issues of depression and drinking at risky levels.  The program has passed through its trial phase with the results and evidence currently being reviewed by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. Many young people will find the strategies recommended, combined with a desire to be in a healthier space, to be a powerful way to make changes to their thinking and lifestyle. 

Tags: Comorbidity, Mental health, Research, Self-help, Students, Youth