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New Year's Day: 01 January 2019 Closed
Australia Day: 28 January 2019 Closed
Labour Day: 04 March 2019 Closed
Good Friday: 19 April 2019 Closed
Easter Saturday: 20 April 2019 Closed
Easter Sunday: 21 April 2019 Closed
Easter Monday: 22 April 2019 Closed
Anzac Day: 25 April 2019 Closed
Western Australia Day: 03 June 2019 Closed
Queen's Birthday: 30 September 2019 Closed
Christmas Day: 25 December 2019 Closed
Boxing Day: 26 December 2019 Closed
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This is an Alcohol and/or drug detoxification treatment service.
Treatment costs are fully covered by Medicare Australia.
To book please contact Next Step outpatient service reception only.
Next Step inpatient withdrawal unit is a state government-funded service providing medically supervised withdrawal from alcohol, opioids, amphetamines and other drugs. The facility also includes a four-bed Aboriginal withdrawal unit which provides a culturally secure service which meets the needs of Aboriginal people withdrawing from alcohol and other drugs.
Next Step inpatient withdrawal unit (IPWU) is a state government funded service provides supervised, medical treatment for clients 18 years and older requiring withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. Generally withdrawal requires a seven day admission- we have a non-visiting policy,
The IPWU 17 bed unit (shared rooms 2 people same gender) is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by nurses and Aboriginal health workers. Doctors are on site during normal business hours and are available on call after hours including weekends and public holidays.
The inpatient withdrawal unit provides a culturally secure environment for Aboriginal clients, with both a male and female Aboriginal Health worker. We are committed to provide:
• One-to-one support, yarning, and advocacy.
• Liaison with case workers, family, and other services as required