Our day program runs on a Tuesday and Thursday from the Salvation Army Ulverstone Corp 10.30am-12.30pm. Transport provided from Burnie and Devonport.
Our Aftercare program runs on a Monday afternoon from the Salvation Army Ulverstone Corp at 1.30pm.
Anyone interested can contact us on 6425 7453.
The Day program is an intensive 10 week outpatient program designed to offer education and treatment for clients seeking to address their substance use in a harm reduction framework.
There is a structured framework with a focus on bio psycho-social groups as well as the opportunity to engage in individual treatment sessions with an AOD Specialist.
The program provides opportunities for peer support and social engagement.
It integrates evidence-based treatments: Motivational interviewing (MI), Relapse Prevention, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in a harm reduction framework
The Aftercare Program provides 12-months of support to people who have completed our Residential, Day or Matrix Program.
Transitioning from an intensive treatment program back into the community can be a difficult time for people, so the Aftercare Program aims to “bridge” this gap and support people during this time. This step-down approach helps to keep people engaged in treatment, whilst also helping them to build resilience and independence.
Aftercare also assists people in building and maintaining a routine post-program which is an important part of recovery. We offer groups and 1:1 support, with our groups providing a mix of relapse prevention, peer support and recreational activities.
We are also in weekly contact with our clients, whether that be through seeing them in groups or sessions, or chatting them over the phone or through text messages.