Addiction recovery

Our Addiction Recovery Service offers free and confidential programs for adults, young people, families and friends who are concerned about their own or someone else’s use of alcohol, tobacco or other drugs and co-occurring mental health issues.

We offer specialised support and interventions by providing:

  • Counselling
  • Non-residential withdrawal
  • Care recovery coordination
  • Peer support and recovery groups

Link Health and Community Addiction Recovery Service Counsellors will work with you to plan for a more positive future. We can help you to:

  • Choose your own goals
  • Cut down or quit
  • Reduce risks
  • Develop and support your recovery plan
  • Improve your physical and mental health
  • Improve relationships and communication
  • Developing family strategies and coping plans

Access other support services such as withdrawal units, rehabilitation and mental health services. Our family focus program offers a range of services for families or anyone affected by another’s substance use. Including:

  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Family counselling
  • Support groups

Our youth counsellors can support young people aged 12-21 year. We can meet with the young person at Link Health and Community, school, other services or at home.

The Addiction Recovery Service runs:

  • New Life Program – peer support group

The Addiction Recovery Service also works closely with local schools and agencies to make sure everyone is up to date with the latest developments and information.

Call us if you live, work, study or spend significant time in the eastern suburbs to ask about our services and locations.

See our counsellors at

Link Health and Community – Oakleigh
8-10 Johnson Street, Oakleigh

When

Monday to Friday

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