Drug & Alcohol Services
Roadmaps is a free program that runs for two and a half days per week for six weeks. We provide intensive rehabilitation support which includes individual and group counselling, information and referrals to other support services. The program includes education sessions focusing on harm reduction and overdose prevention.
Clients entering the program will receive a comprehensive assessment, including a mental health assessment. The Roadmaps Team is based in Dubbo, and services regional towns across western NSW.
You can reach our Roadmaps Team at 194 Brisbane Street in Dubbo, or by calling 0429 927 714, or emailing [email protected].
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Age Ranges Over 18 years of age
Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Drug and Alcohol Counselling, Drug and/or alcohol counselling, Non-residential alcohol and/or drug dependence treatment
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