227 Newcastle Street, NORTHBRIDGE, WA, 6003
Today's opening hours:
9am - 3pm
- Monday: 9am - 4:30pm
- Tuesday: 9am - 4:30pm
- Wednesday: 9am - 4:30pm
- Thursday: 9am - 4:30pm
- Friday: 9am - 3pm
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New Year's Day:
01 January 2022
New Year's Day Additional Day:
03 January 2022
26 January 2022
Labour Day - WA:
07 March 2022
15 April 2022
16 April 2022
17 April 2022
18 April 2022
25 April 2022
Western Australia Day:
06 June 2022
Queen's Birthday - WA:
26 September 2022
25 December 2022
26 December 2022
Drug and Alcohol Program (DAP) is a unique woman centred and gender sensitive approach to alcohol and other drugs (AOD) counselling, which offers women and their families a safe, respectful, responsive and accessible counselling experience.
Individual, couple or family counselling for women, struggling with their own or a significant other's use.
A range of therapeutic and educational groups are offered by DAP, providing a great way for women to gain additional support from other's experiencing similar difficulties, while at the same time, learning new skills.
• Getting Off & Staying Off (GOSO)
A four week (women only) brief intervention group which aims to strengthen motivation to overcome drug and alcohol issues.
• PEPISU Women & Children's Program
PEPISU provides counselling, information, outreach, group activities including family and social recreational opportunities and referrals for women who are pregnant and/or parenting and have alcohol and other drug issues and to their children and families.
• Minding Our Moods – 8 Week Group
This group explores emotional difficulties, such as depression and anxiety, identifying triggers and exploring how we can better 'mind our moods'.
• PEPISU Mums' group (Creche available)
Every Tuesday morning, between 10am and 12noon. Providing peer support and a variety of interactive workshops and physical activities, which are chosen by group participants, such as Zumba, beading, baby and children's basic first aid and pampering sessions.
Research and practical experience shows family involvement can assist people to overcome addiction issues.
• Diversion/Justice Program
Women's Health & Family Services is a preferred treatment provider of WA Diversion Programs. Providing a comprehensive range of therapeutic support services for women (and their families) involved in WA Court Diversion or Justice Programs.
Pre-sentence Opportunity (POP), Supervised Treatment Intervention (STIR) & Drug Court (DCR) referrals are offered individual, couple or family counselling. They may also opt to engage in the GOSO group, as a stand-alone AOD program or alongside counselling.