We understand that alcohol and other drug (AOD) use can impact on all aspects of your life, not just your physical and mental health, but your relationships, employment, and community connections.
That’s why we work with you to set goals that will support change across different aspects of your life. We understand that people have different needs and goals, and that these may change as you progress through treatment. We work in partnership with you and your loved ones to achieve realistic goals and improving their quality of life.
Our staff consider how people’s background and life experience may influence their AOD use, as well as their understanding and expectations of treatment services.
Regardless of background, we believe that our role is to provide hope that long-term change is achievable and provide people who use our services with the support and practical skills necessary to make it happen.
Our Intake and Assessment team are the first point of contact for information, advice and to find out more about available AOD treatment and support.
general AOD enquires, assessing need for support and considering treatment options.
We can help determine if counselling, rehabilitation programs, withdrawal services, or other treatment types are best suited to meet your needs.