Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Service provides culturally secure and holistic services that involve treatment and prevention in the area of alcohol and substance abuse. Required to call Perth office for an appointment.
AADS services work within a culturally secure model and offer treatments and education programs as well as yarning (counselling) and a range of natural Healing therapies.
AHL’s primary purpose is to provide Indigenous Australians with safe, comfortable, affordable and culturally sensitive accommodation. This accommodation enables Indigenous Australians to access essential services such as education, health, legal advice, training and employment that might not otherwise be available in their home communities.
Aboriginal legal service to assist indigenous people in understanding the legal and judicial system.
A description of the service: AccordWest is a not-for-profit, community-based Organisation which was established in 1983 in Bunbury; and has additional Service Centres in Busselton, Mandurah and Manjimup; and, provides outreach to Harvey and Collie. Operating in WA’s South West for 33 years has enabled AccordWest to develop an extensive and professional management and practice […]
Support groups for young people who are affected by a friend or family member’s alcoholism. Alateen groups are sponsored by Al-Anon members. Alateen provides support for teenagers affected by the problem drinking of a parent or other family member.
Alcohol and Drug Foundation is one of Australia’s leading bodies committed to preventing issues of alcohol and other drugs in communities across Australia. Alcohol and Drug Foundation others people with educational information about alcohol, community programs, a ‘DrugInfo’ helpline and alcohol prevention programs.
The Alcohol and Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone seeking help for their own or another person’s alcohol or drug use.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a service where individuals share their experience, strength and hope to address alcoholism. This service others membership to individuals where the single requirement is to have the desire to stop drinking. Free meetings are provided to help individuals find the road to recovery that is free of alcohol.
ARAFMI is an organisation supporting those with friends or relatives with a mental illness.