November 5, 2021
WRAD is delighted to be able to participate in the reconciliation program as we seek to promote optimal enjoyment of life for people of all gender, age, race, sex, sexual orientation, religion, ability, cultural or language backgrounds. We acknowledge the importance of creating a safe and welcoming place for all members of our community.
The ‘Reflect’ RAP represents our commitment to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to develop meaningful and connected partnerships to achieve this. Our plan identifies key strategies and actions designed to achieve these important goals. We could not achieve this without a lot of support from within the community and thank all those that have helped us to start on this journey towards reconciliation.
No funding for Lookout
03rd May 2022
The Lookout Rehabilitation Centre has again missed out on State Government funding. WRAD director Geoff Soma said the absence of funding in the State Budget for the Lookout was disappointing and upsetting on many levels.
New mural arts splash of colour
12th Feb 2022
WRAD’s fourth mural has added a vibrant splash of colour to our walls.
Melbourne-based artist Marco Pennacchia completed the stunning image of a southern right whale and her calf.
The WRAD Centre’s vision is to advance the health and wellbeing of those in the South Western Region of Victoria affected by Addictive behaviours and to promote optimal enjoyment of life.
The WRAD Centre seeks to provide comprehensive, holistic support and treatment to individuals and others affected by addictive behaviors and associated issues.
The philosophy of harm minimisation underpins the delivery of all programs offered by WRAD. This principle recognises that people in our society use both licit and illicit drugs, and that drugs can be used in ways that are more or less harmful to individuals, families and society. Harm minimisation offers a number of options designed to reduce the harm of drug use to the user and society.
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For medical issues call South West Healthcare 55 631666
For mental health issues call SWH emergency dep't 55 631 666 or 1800 808 284
For drug and alcohol issues call Directline 1800 888 236
For Lifeline call 13 11 14
Or click on the links below for help.