All Cyrenian House metropolitan premises are situated within the specific clan group, the Whadjuk people on Nyoongar Country. Services include: a Rehabilitation Program; Day Program; Continued Care - Counselling and support offered as requested to Individuals, Families and groups within the community setting and more. Professional alcohol and other drug counsellors will listen to your concerns, provide emotional support and help plan the best course of action for you and your family. Swan City Youth Services also provides informal and formal counseling depending on what you need, whether it's someone to help you work through a particular issue or just someone to listen to you and have a chat with. The process of recovery aims at facilitating the restoration of the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual lives of individuals and their families who have been affected by substance misuse.
The program offers hope to those mums in the northern suburbs who want to make positive changes to their lives for themselves and their children. Cyrenian House has demonstrated an enduring capacity to deliver a professional and effective rehabilitative treatment service and is one of the leading alcohol and other drug treatment services in Western Australia. The organisation offers a range of services and works closely with local Government and non-Government agencies. It provides a key entry point to treatment for young West Australians with alcohol and other drug issues. The integrated service is available at facilities in Fremantle and Rockingham.
Goldfields also provides a service to clients who have been affected by sexual violence and cannabis issues. Applicants are required to demonstrate a willingness and ability to fully participate in the recovery program. Services include: One on one and group counselling; Advise and support to individuals and their significant others regarding drug misuse; Management of Pharmacotherapies and more. Your feedback is important to us. The aim of the service is to offer clients the opportunity and resources to meet individual needs and consequently improve their quality of life and overall wellbeing. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. All our alcohol and other drug services are underpinned by a harm minimisation philosophy.
We draw on a wide range of approaches including the Therapeutic Community Model, 12 Step recovery models, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Systems Theory, Psychodynamic Theory, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Social Learning Theory. We employ over 750 staff and volunteers, delivering services from more than 30 locations throughout the Perth metropolitan area. For more information please contact Cyrenian House. The Nyoongar people are made up of fourteen clan groups with seven dialectic groups. Palmerston provides counselling and support whereas Next Step provides medical and psychological services.
Based on Christian principles, the program offers academic and vocational training and focuses on developing Christian character, equipping the individual to return to family and society as a responsible citizen. Services include: Counselling and support; Individual, group and couple counselling; Education and training; a musical therapy program; Men's program; Women's program; Young adults program; The Adolescent program; Department of Corrective services program and more. This is a free service. There is an initial assessment phase of three weeks after which residents may enter stage one. Services include: Individual counselling and group work; A 13 -19 week residential rehabilitation service with case management; Men's shed - provides men specific health and education programs; Sobering up shelter; Safe house; a place for women and children escaping family violence and more.
Through the service, parents who are concerned about their substance use are assisted to make informed decisions about drugs and alcohol, in addition to identifying high risk situations and creating strategies for safe decision making. People are helped to get support and service in all areas of their lives. Services include: Alcohol and drug counselling; Day and evening counselling services; Family support counselling services; Assessment, counselling and support services for court diversion clients; Group support, educational and therapeutic programs; After care support; Working with culturally, linguistically diverse clients and more. The aim of the therapy is to assess and provide understanding of the individual's problems, identify triggers and provide more effective coping skills in a respectful and caring environment. Fresh Start also operates a residential recovery facility in Northam. The project provides a unique and innovative response towards tackling alcohol and drug related harm and antisocial behaviour, its dual aims are: To reduce alcohol and drug related harm, and improve the health and social wellbeing of clients who come into contact with the service.
The Attach service is a practical, 12 week in-home counselling program for parents who have a drug or alcohol problem. Services include: Individual client-centred counselling for voluntary and court diversion clients; Group work is offered using several methods including peer support, psycho education and drama therapy; Education and information for families and more. Please click here to view a brochure outlining our services:. Reduce disruptive behaviours created by problematic drug and alcohol use by working with communities who are affected. . This site has been designed to provide useful information about the services and programs we offer to individuals, families, students and professionals.
Cross Roads Community is a Catholic organisation whose aim is to help people overcome their alcohol and other drug issues. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Swan City Youth Service provides and Alcohol and Other Drugs Program where you can come and chat about your drug of choice, usage, whether you want to cut back or just want more information it's completely up to you. Clients are referred to counselling, rehabilitation or other appropriate services for continuing care. We are committed to delivering high quality services to those who experience alcohol and or drug problems in a dignified and respectful manner.