Drug & Alcohol Services
Milliya Rumurra is a residential centre in Broome that provides treatment and rehabilitation to Aboriginal people wishing to address their drug and alcohol use. The centre's rehabilitation program is for a minimum of 12 weeks with the possibility of extension. A sobering-up shelter is also available.
There are five programs:
- Rehabilitation Program – We have 2 houses and 18 Single and double bed Units, with a minimum stay of 12 weeks which can be extended. This program seeks to address the effects of alcohol and drugs upon the individual, family and community.
- Day Program – Clients can attend educational day programs twice per week, Tuesday and Thursday Morning.
- Continued Care – Counselling and support service to clients post-rehabilitation. This is a family based program.
- CHMR Outreach – Partnership between Milliya Rumurra and Cyrenian House to provide community based AOD interventions to communities within the West Kimberley region focusing on improving access, prevention and early intervention and community capacity building.
- Sobering Up Shelter – providing a culturally safe, care orientated environment for people to sober up.
Target Groups: Individuals, Families and Communities seeking to address alcohol and other drug issues. Indigenous focus. All programs can be accessed by Non – Indigenous community members.
Milliya Rumurra also provides diversion programs.
Entry Requirements: Assessment for the program is offered in person, with our Continued Care or CHMR Outreach team if residing within the West Kimberley Region or via telephone with one of our AOD Case Managers. Agencies may contact our office for an Admission Information Package.