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DAS clinicians provide a range of time limited, integrated clinical treatment and other interventions for people aged 26 years and above who have moderate to severe substance use disorders and co-morbid mild to moderate mental health disorders e. DAS can also provide services to people aged between 16 and 26 years who choose to access an adult service rather than a youth service. Counselling supports positive behavioural change in people by providing evidence-based therapeutic counselling interventions, including step down relapse prevention treatment post hospital or residential withdrawal.
Counselling can be provided face-to-face and via telephone consultations. Non-residential Withdrawal. Harm reduction strategies aim to reduce the harms associated with the use of alcohol and drugs. Referral and Assessment Process Referrals to the DAS Harm Reduction Team can be made directly to the service required and are contained in the descriptions of each service area below: 1. No referral is required for consumers to access NSP sites and vending machines. The mobile service is accessed by calling The service is free of charge, discreet and confidential.
No personal information is collected from participants. Take Home Naloxone program. The Take Home Naloxone program offers education and training to consumers and their friends and families in how to recognise and respond to an opioid overdose. This includes the free provision of Naloxone. Referrals can be made via the NSP service , via direct to [ protected] , or via the Phone Triage Team. DAS provide a free comprehensive assessment and referral program for people seeking opioid replacement therapy.
This is operated as a walk in clinic, and people seeking treatment can attend DAS Tuesdays — Fridays 9. People can also access via the Phone Triage Team on About Barwon Health. Our sites. Alan David Lodge. Barwon Health North. Community Health. Social Support Programs. McKellar Centre. University Hospital Geelong.
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