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Higher Ground Drug Rehabilitation Trust

Higher Ground Drug Rehabilitation Trust

 

 

 

 

Phone: +64 9 834 0017
Fax: +64 9 834 0018
118 Beach Road, Te Atatu Peninsula,
AUCKLAND, 0610, NEW ZEALAND

PO Box 45 192, Te Atatu Peninsula,
Waitakere City 0610, New Zealand
Email: 
[email protected]
Web Address: 
www.higherground.org.nz

Higher Ground provides rehabilitation programmes that are based on 12 Step recovery principles. We believe the spiritual dimensions of honesty, open mindedness, willingness, faith, hope, respect and generosity are the foundations of healing. We emphasise that clients need to take individual responsibility for their recovery.

The Higher Ground Drug Rehabilitation Trust was established in Auckland in 1984 to treat the severely dependent. We provide quality abstinence based treatment, within a Therapeutic Community for adult New Zealanders. Our primary focus is our 18 week residential programme. Higher Ground is a Charitable Trust overseen by a Board of Trustees.

 

ONE80TC – Teen Challenge NSW Inc


Phone:          1800 679 657
Fax:                02 4776 1460
Address:       PO Box 307, Richmond NSW 2753|
Email:            [email protected]
Web Address:         www.one80tc.org

ONE80TC is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 1974 to provide long-term residential treatment and rehabilitation services for young men (aged 18-35) wanting to overcome addiction and other life controlling issues.

ONE80TC is a Christian based organisation that believes a spiritual foundation is essential. We recognise that we are emotional, physical and spiritual beings, and a holistic approach is required to achieve success and long-term freedom. Our vision is to help people put their lives back together and set them on the pathway to success.

In addition to rehabilitative services, participants are encouraged to integrate back into the community and prepare to enter or re-enter the workforce or gain further education. The service also assists people with dual diagnosis.

The participative residential program, based in the Hawkesbury area of NSW, has provided assistance to over 5,000 young men with a focus on self-identity; family and relationships (including reconciliation); personal development; and work and responsibilities. The facility has 45 beds and is supported by 25 staff.

ONE80TC reaches out into the community by providing day programs and our schools education program NEO-Not Even Once.

If you need help, then don’t delay and Call today 1800 679 657

Photo/Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q34WI6dhjPs



 

TESTIMONY:
Hold On Pain Ends – Nick
Nick entered the ONE80TC program in November 2015.
Addicted to alcohol and party drugs, he faced a stint in prison and knew it was time to change his life.

See below:

Eric Allan, Secretary & Public Officer

Eric Allan is Executive Manager of Residential Programs Odyssey House Victoria. He lives in Melbourne and is a proud father and grandfather who enjoys the arts, the outdoors, cooking and reading. His qualifications include: Masters of Business Administration; Diploma of Community Service Management; Diploma of Alcohol Other Drugs and Mental health; and Diploma of Business Quality Auditing.

2018 marks 30 years of work in Therapeutic Communities for Eric.  He is a long-time advocate for TCs and a champion of any moves to further the development and reputation of TCs by: appropriately training staff, accrediting programs, studying processes and outcomes and advocating for realistic funding to achieve these objectives.

Both Odyssey House and Eric have a long history of assisting new and emerging programs to establish themselves in their own right.  

Odyssey House Victoria currently operates two Accredited Therapeutic Communities in Victoria. Both of these programs are accredited under ISO 9000 and certified under the ATCA Standard.  The registration with Reconciliation Australia of the Odyssey House Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan in 2017 also marks a new high for the organisation in “Bridging the Gap.”

Eric believes that the end goal of these quality initiatives is to ensure that clients receive a credible treatment experience.

Eric’s work has included hands-on experience with youth, families and adults as part of a thirty-year career. The past twenty years have been spent in service management/development. Eric is proud to have been a Director of the ATCA Board since 2000 and past President 2002/2004, 2015/2016.He is a member of the Standards subcommittee and the ATCA’s Public Officer and Secretary.

Eric has been a board member and expert representative on a variety of Boards and reference groups that concern themselves with issues of homelessness, youth, community arts and development, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander development and, of course, drug and alcohol treatment.

 

Conference 2017

ATCA 2017 Conference

About the Conference

Each year the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association (ATCA) hosts an international conference bringing together professionals working in Therapeutic Communities, researchers and clinicians in the Alcohol and Drug (AOD) field and affiliated areas. Therapeutic Communities (TCs) are an integral element of a comprehensive response to alcohol and other drug issues in our community, nationally and internationally. The ATCA Conference reflects this and has a broad appeal to those working in the field of addiction, mental health, justice and child protection. It tackles issues of significant importance around comorbidity, youth and the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Mãori and Pasifika peoples.

Organisations & Sponsors

Goldbridge logo  LLW logo Salvos logo WHOS logo QNADA

Sponsors

ATCA would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support, which has made the 31st Annual ATCA Conference possible

Silver Sponsor

The Henderson

ATCA Gala Dinner Sponsor

WHOS logo

James A.Pitts Orations Sponsor

Odyssey House - 40 Years logo

 Major Awards Sponsor

Travel Scholarships Sponsor

Matua Raki

Exhibitors

SPP logo

Contact

Contact Name: Lynne Magor-Blatch
Company Name: Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association
Telephone: +61 422 904 040
Email: [email protected]

The Peppers

Phone: (02) 6926-6813
PO Box 618
WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650
Email: [email protected]

Garth Popple, Chair

Garth Popple is Executive Director, WHOS (We Help Ourselves) and currently holds the following honorary positions:

  • Chair and Director of the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association (ATCA);
  • Treasurer, Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies NSW (NADA) ;
  • Garth has been working in A&OD management roles since 1986 and in honorary committee and board positions since 1981 for the non-profit sector. He has been primarily focused on the Therapeutic Community movement for most of his career to date, and in 1991 became involved in harm minimisation initiatives. He attempts to stay in touch with the needs and feedback from users past and present.

WHOS operates five Therapeutic Communities within NSW and Qld: WHOS Metro for men, WHOS New Beginnings for women, WHOS MTAR (Methadone To Abstinence Residential), WHOS Hunter Valley and WHOS Sunshine CoastWHOS also provides other services, such as Day Programs, Aftercare and HIV/Infectious Disease Education Services.

Garth recently concluded 13 years of service as an Executive Member of the Australian National Council on Drugs and also on its subcommittee Asia Pacific Drugs and Development Issues Committee (APDDIC) and also through his position at WHOS has been involved with ATCA since 1986 (inauguration). He is a past ATCA President 1993-1997 and 2004-2005, Past President for the International Federation of NGOs 2011-2013 and a past President of Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies NSW (NADA).

 Garth is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Western Sydney.

The Lyndon Community

Phone: 1300 LYNDON (1300 596366)
Fax: (02) 63617400
PO Box 9374
ORANGE NSW 2800
Email: [email protected]
www.lyndon.org.au

Lyndon is a non-government organisation providing alcohol and other drug treatment options to people in central NSW, Katoomba, Bega and the Murdi Paaki Region in the far west of the state.

Lyndon has been providing drug and alcohol treatment services for over 35 years and is in a strong position to expand the treatment options to drug dependent people in regional NSW.

Lyndon is accredited through Australian Council on Healthcare Standards and is an approved partner for Work Development Orders.

Lyndon also provides Drug and Alcohol First Aid – a training package developed for the social service sector (community) and for workplaces.

The Woolshed

Woolshed

Phone:  (08) 8536-6002
Fax:  (08) 8536-6282
PO Box 84
ASHBOURNE SA 5157

To arrange an assessment call 1300 13 1340 (South Australian callers only – local call fee) – 8:30am to 10:00pm every day.

The Woolshed is a residential therapeutic community for adults aged from 18 years with drug or alcohol related problems. The Woolshed offers a structured program to develop living, work and interpersonal skills through education, counselling, group work and recreational activities. It has associated halfway houses in Adelaide and links with self-help groups. The philosophy and operation of the therapeutic community are aligned with the Australasian therapeutic community essential elements
The program takes 3 to 6 months; a shorter program may be negotiated for those assessed as having commitments/needs which make the full program unsuitable.
The Woolshed accepts clients committed to living without illicit drug use. This can include those not receiving medication and those clients on medication assisted treatment for opiate dependence (MAT-OD). All MAT-OD clients wishing to enter the Woolshed will need to do so via a DASSA withdrawal unit. For more information about the Woolshed read the services brochure

The Woolshed is a non-smoking facility

Woolshed

Media Releases

ATCA Conference Press Release – Perth

2011 Awards for Excellence in Drug Treatment

Canberra Times Opinion Piece – NSPs in prisons – 7 January 2011

Prison TC programmes help cut crime 1st November 2010

Opinion piece – Sydney Morning Herald 3rd September 2010

Canberra Times article July 2010

17th September 2009

14th September 2009

21st August 2008

30th May 2008

30th April 2008

14th April 2008

24th February 2008

18th June 2007

21st May 2007

22nd April 2007

23rd March 2007

7th February 2007

Opinion piece – Celebrity Rehab

 

Odyssey House Victoria

Odyssey House Victoria

Admissions (03) 94207610
Circuit Breaker 57666399
Phone: (03) 9430-1800
Fax: (03) 9431-0816
28 Bonds Road
LOWER PLENTY VIC 3093
Web Address: www.odyssey.org.au

Odyssey House Victoria has two residential programs operating as Therapeutic Communities.
The agency also has a suite of community based services offering; counselling youth, adult and family, child centred initiatives, supported accommodation, employment and financial counselling. Residential and community based initiatives operate in metropolitan and rural locations. All programs welcome aboriginal clients.

TC Metropolitan Melbourne

Following a social psychiatric model of recovery the program offers a comprehensive assessment of medical, psychological, and psychiatric need.

The values of respect, concern, honesty, trust and love are central to the daily operations of the Therapeutic Community.

The program follows a balanced daily routine of maintenance/ work related activity, passive and active recreational pursuits, good nutrition and adequate rest.

This program has beds allocated specifically for parents with accompanying children from birth to age twelve. Onsite child care and family sensitive practice are central to our program planning.

Circuit Breaker North East Victoria

The Circuit Breaker program provides a six-week, live-in values based recovery program in North-East Victoria. It is for people affected by alcohol and other drug problems, and associated mental health issues. The program accommodates 15 adults and aims to help people end the chaos associated with a substance dependent lifestyle.

All Odyssey House Victoria Programs are dual diagnosis and opiate substitute friendly.


www.odyssey.org.au