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Funding available to expand drug rehabilitation services in Victoria

Date posted: 19 June 2015

The Victorian Government is now accepting submissions from drug treatment and community health services interested in delivering non-residential rehabilitation services for ice and other drug users.

Expanding drug rehabilitation services is a key initiative of the Victorian Government’s Ice action plan, which is investing $18 million so more people can get the support they need to recover from ice.

This investment will focus on establishing innovative non-residential rehabilitation services in rural and regional communities.

Successful drug treatment and community health service providers will be announced in June, and will receive funding in July. New services will commence from October this year.

It is expected that this funding will deliver services for at least 500 clients per annum when fully operational.

Source: Victorian Government


Last updated: 22 June 2015
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