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Free and voluntary culturally appropriate alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment Interventions for people aged 18 years or older from CALD communities living in the Adelaide metropolitan region who are experiencing harms associated with AOD use (e.g. social, health/mental health, family, police/legal, employment, finance, homelessness).

This is a combination of outreach and site based services, with a person centred and culturally sensitive approach based on the consumer's identified needs.

Our team are culturally diverse and speak multiple languages. Interpreting services are also available if needed.

Treatment interventions includes:

  • screening and assessments
  • brief intervention
  • case management
  • individual counselling
  • peer support
  • SMART recovery support groups

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