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Aboriginal Community Connect

 

Overview

Aboriginal Community Connect provides alcohol and other drug treatment services for Aboriginal people, their families and communities. The service operates in metropolitan Adelaide, in regional locations and includes:

This service works long-term with Aboriginal people to help them make contact with the service, find a detoxification facility, and work with counsellors for up to 12 months either in a residential house or through centre or outreach counselling.

The service delivery location areas are:

The locations for the community residential rehabilitation houses are in:

This service is for Aboriginal peoples aged 21 years and over, who want to make changes to their alcohol and other drugs use. The service does work with children in the context of services to families.

Abstract adapted from Uniting Communities

Contacts

Uniting Communities
Administrative Office
10 Pitt Street
Adelaide SA 5000
GPO Box 2434
Adelaide SA 5001
Free call: 1800 615 677
Email: enquiries@unitingcommunities.org

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Last updated: 23 March 2017
 
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