DASA is a growing organisation with a team of enthusiastic and dedicated staff across each of its branches.
A range of services are offered aiming to provide rehabilitation from misuse or dependency on alcohol and other drugs and education to the broader community.
Our Outreach team work with a vast range of clients, linking them with DASA services as well as other appropriate services within the community.
Sobering Up Shelter
The Sobering Up Shelter provides supervised accommodation and care as an alternative to police cells for people ‘apprehended without arrest’ for being intoxicated in a public place.
Aranda House is a 20 bed residential rehabilitation facility that offers a 12 week drug and alcohol program and a 8 or 16 week program for Volatile Substance Misusers. The program is a Therapeutic Community model where resident are actively involved in their own personal recovery in a supportive and caring environment.
The Transitional After Care Unit is a semi-independent residential facility in which all residents have their own bedroom and bathroom and shared common areas.
Independent Living Program
The Independent Living Program is DASA's final stage of rehabilitation.
Meth Outreach Program
The Methamphetamine Outreach Program helps people to reduce the impact of ice on their lives, and to recover from their addiction.
Alternative to Custody
Alternative to Custody is a 10-bed residential rehabilitation facility that offers a 26-week program for eligible Aboriginal women over the age of 18 at risk of offending or reoffending.