RASP is a post-withdrawal, non-residential, harm reduction group program. It is an evidence-based intervention, primarily focusing on changing addictive behaviours.
SMART is a free group program assisting people with any problematic behaviours, including drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, the internet and others.
Care and Recovery Coordination provides support for people with drug and alcohol dependence, and other issues they are experiencing which are impacting their life.
The drug withdrawal program helps people who want to cut back or stop their alcohol or drug use, supporting them through recovery and with links to other services.
This program provides treatment for managing opioid dependence, offers counselling and crisis management, and facilitates referrals to other agencies where appropriate.
Gateway Health's youth alcohol and other drug outreach workers provide young people aged 12 to 25 a free and confidential treatment service that is tailored to meet their needs.
We offer a safe, non-judgemental counselling service to reduce harm to individuals, families and communities, and to help people achieve meaningful goals.
If someone you know is at risk of opioid overdose, you can access naloxone at Gateway Health and we will show you how to use it.
MERPS is a clinical service that supports clients to access opioid pharmacotherapy treatment (Buprenorphine and Methadone).
Gateway Health works with individuals and the local community to reduce harm from alcohol and drug use and to help people to make positive changes in their lives.