How we can help you
What we can help with
Drugs and alcohol use can interrupt the way you want to live your life and it can also disrupt family relationships. Whether you’re looking to stop or minimise your drug and alcohol use, our team can support you to set and meet your own goals in a safe and confidential way.
Our care and recovery coordinator is available for people who need extra help in getting their lives back on track. Our qualified counsellors can also work separately with partners, family and friends of people who use drugs and alcohol to provide support for their own needs. If other services are needed, we can help make those connections.
After hours appointments are available, please ask when making an appointment.
Types of support
- In person on campus
- Individual and family sessions
- After hours
Waiting list times
You may have to join a waitlist. Call us or ask online to register your interest.
Using this service
People aged 16 years and over in Brimbank, Wyndham and Hobsons Bay whose lives are affected by drug and alcohol use, either their own or somebody they love.
Needle and syringe program
Pick up new equipment, safely dispose of your used needles and syringes, or chat to our support worker at our St Albans campus.
Connect into IPC Health and external services with help from your own support worker.
Improve your health, mood and enjoyment of life with support from the Living Well team.