Alcohol, Drugs & Other Dependencies

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    Kalano Community Association – Venndale Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation & Withdrawal Centre

    Venndale rehabilitation and Withdrawal Centre is a 12-week residential rehabilitation program run by Kalano Community Association and is located 35km south of Katherine. Our holistic case management with 1 on 1 sessions as well as group sessions will support clients in their journey to overcome alcohol and other drug related harm and the impact on their lives, their families and their communities.

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    Kalano Community Association – Venndale Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation & Withdrawal Centre (Transitional & After Care Unit)

    Venndale rehabilitation and Withdrawal Centre is a 12-week residential rehabilitation program run by Kalano Community Association and is located 35km south of Katherine. Our holistic case management with 1 on 1 sessions as well as group sessions will support clients in their journey to overcome alcohol and other drug related harm and the impact on their lives, their families and their communities.

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    Mission Australia – Sobering-Up Shelter

    The Darwin Sobering Up Shelter provides overnight accommodation to homeless and displaced people (18 and over) who are under the influence of alcohol and other drugs and are at risk of harm. NT Police and Larrakia Night Patrol bring people to the Sobering Up Shelter from the greater Darwin and Palmerston areas. Shelter staff then assist clients with referrals to services that can help them to improve their health and wellbeing. Engagement is sensitive and culturally respectful to ensure clients feel safe at all times.

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    Mission Australia Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Service (MARRTS)

    The Mission Australia Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Service is a person-centred residential program in Darwin, NT. The service provides day and therapeutic services and programs for people with alcohol and other drug addictions including volatile substance misuse while addressing the impact of that substance misuse on people’s mental health and wellbeing.

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    Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council – Darwin
    We are the key non-government organisation working in the area of blood-borne viruses, education and support in the Northern Territory. We are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of all Territorians living with blood-borne viruses. Our service delivery operates from a holistic approach in accordance with the objectives of the Ottawa Charter (1986), and guided by key national and Northern Territory policies and legislation.
    Health Promotion

    NTAHC’s Health Promotion and Communications team works to generate awareness within the community about BBVs and STIs, in particular by creating health promotion campaigns and resources targeting NTAHC priority populations.

    Care and Support Program

    NTAHC offers a range of services to empower all people affected by, or at risk of blood borne viruses, to lead a healthy life that is free of stigma and discrimination.

    Harm Reduction (NSP)

    NSP provides a comprehensive range of free sterile injecting equipment and disposal facilities, education on safe injecting practices and health promotion.

    Sex Worker Outreach Program – SWOP NT

    The SWOP NT is a peer-based health promotion service that engages sex workers and other sex industry stakeholders in the Northern Territory.

    LGBTI Living Well Program

    This program, an NTAHC initiative, supports people in the Northern Territory who experience life as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) through a range of varied and focused activities.

     

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    Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council (NTAHC)

    NTAHC programs are aimed at preventing the transmission of blood borne viruses and have been developed to provide services, support and preventative initiatives with and for priority populations.

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    NTG DoH – Needle and Syringe Program (NSP)

    Provides access to sterile injecting equipment and safe disposal facilities; other health hardware; health promotion and education resources; harm reduction messages; and referral services to prevent Blood Borne Virus (BBV) transmission and other injecting-related harms among people who inject drugs (PWID).

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    Strong Steps

    Strong Steps is a free service for anyone who is affected by alcohol or drug issues.

    Situated in Darwin’s rural area, Strong Steps is funded by Northern Territory PHN and run by CAAPS Aboriginal Corporation. Strong Steps offers counselling and education to any individual (above 13 years old) and / or family member or friend who is experiencing issues with alcohol or other drugs.

    Counselling, Early and brief intervention, Assessment and Screening, Information and education.

    Diverse and experienced staff are able to provide information to anyone affected by methamphetamine, alcohol or other drugs. You can drop in or make an appointment to see us in a child friendly, comfortable and confidential environment in Coolalinga.  We also offer phone counselling.

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    The Salvation Army – The Sunrise Centre

    The Sunrise Centre Addiction Services

    Addiction is a persuasive social reality throughout Australian society. Some people become addicted to substances after they use them to relieve pain from a medical or psychological issue (self-medication). Substance abuse can also occur as a result of experimentation or choice. We provide many services here in the Northern Territory to help people gain independence away from substance abuse.

    Referral Forms

    If you would like to refer yourself to this program please download the form below and email to [email protected]Referral Form

    Drug and Alcohol Services

    The Sunrise Centre Drug and Alcohol program has 22 Rooms and 3 withdrawal beds that are supported by Withdrawal Services from Royal Darwin Hospital. The program is available to men and women over 18 who wish to address their substance misuse. Our centre offers a shared housing facility. All residents have their own bedroom with ensuite.

    Program class content:

    • Harm minimisation
    • 12 steps
    • Anger Management
    • Self-esteem
    • Stress Management
    • Sport
    • Positive Lifestyles
    • Art Therapy
    • Communication Skills
    • Boundaries
    • Health
    • Spiritual Awareness
    • Life Skills
    • Relapse Prevention
    • Relationships
    • Assertiveness
    • Full time on-site Psychologist

    Aftercare

    Drug and Alcohol services is able to provide aftercare in the form of support and readmission to the residential or day program on a voluntary basis.

    We also offer a six week support program to help clients reintegrate into the community, and can offer assistance to secure accommodation.

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