The TC perspective on recovery, right living and the ‘community as method’ approach is integrated and includes the basic components such as the staged approach, social organisation, work structure, daily meeting schedule stc.
Transition is our program for clients who have completed their stay at the Therapeutic Community and wishing to have a supported environment while reintegrating back into the community. Clients live in a group house setting in the community whilst continuing a treatment and recovery program.
The Families Therapeutic Community provides a safe and supportive environment for single and dual parents and their children, to focus on recovery from alcohol and other drug use, strengthening family relationships and improving parenting skills.
The Karuna Program is a short-stay program of 8 weeks, or the first phase of a longer stay at the Karralika Therapeutic Community supporting you with rehabilitative care for alcohol and drug issues in a residential setting.
Transitioning back into the community is a critical stage for clients. Our team provides tools and support to help them prevent and more effectively deal with lapse and relapse situations and to follow through with their recovery goals.
REVERSED is an interactive, informative, and affordable program provided in a safe environment where issues related to drink driving, and driving under the influence of drugs, can be explored. It will also provide approaches for problem solving.
The program provides holistic care and support to people receiving a replacement therapy for their substance use issues as well as their families and support networks. This includes providing information and education to all of them.
Community service counselling program offers specialist alcohol and other drug counselling services for people and their families, pre-program for those entering into rehabilitation, and general counselling for those who just need support.
Community Drug Action Team (CDAT) is based across regional NSW, as part of a Consortium of specialist alcohol and other drug organisations. From 2021 to 2023 Karralika Programs and Consortium partners Odyssey NSW (lead agency), The Buttery, and Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporation Health Services Inc will support the CDAT program across NSW.
This program supports young people and adults to safely cease or reduce drugs and/or alcohol in the comfort of their own home by ceasing regular drug and alcohol use. we aim to restore people’s health and well-being in the short-term.
We are here to support children and young people between 10 and 19 years of age who are experiencing difficulties with alcohol and other drug issues. We aim to reduce the harms associated with drug and alcohol use to improve quality of life.
Some activities clients can participate in are: comprehensive assessment including health, treatment planning, brief intervention and short-term counselling, assistance with drug withdrawal and/or reduction and case planning etc.
The Solaris Therapeutic Community is operated in partnership with ACT Corrective Services. It is a voluntary treatment program for adult males in the Alexander Maconochie Centre who have alcohol and/or other drug dependence issues.
This program offers up to twelve trauma informed, specialist AOD counselling sessions, with a focus on assisting clients to develop strategies to address AOD and other issues arising from the transition back to the community.
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