Drug and Alcohol counselling for people with disabilities
This inclusive and interactive group therapy explores issues relating to addiction for people with psychosocial disabilities.
Incorporating mindfullness, art and music therapy, and activities designed to empower participants to discuss and address addictions and the impact on their lives, our AOD Dual Diagnosis program aims to help participants develop skills to reduce their dependence on substances, and live a life free from drugs.
These 2 hour sessions can be joined at any time, and participants are encouraged to complete a 12 week program to receive a graduation certificate. Support workers are welcome to attend with clients.
Morning / afternoon tea provided.