The Methamphetamine Outreach Program is an intervention, referral and intensive case management program that helps people to reduce the impact of ice on their lives, and to recover from their addiction.

This program provides outreach support in the community as well as the option of intensive support through residential rehabilitation at Aranda House, if the person feels this is necessary. 

Our team develops a plan with each client to identify their goals for reducing the harms of their ice use, and to make sure basic needs like food, money and housing are met.  

Clients are supported to achieve their personal goals for recovery with:

  • Case management and advocacy
  • Counselling (including drug awareness, relapse prevention and harm minimisation)
  • Mental health support
  • Exercise activities for well-being
  • Mentoring, including peer support and sharing of recovery stories
  • Family re-connection
  • Family drug awareness education, how to provide positive support 
  • A wrap-around service including co-ordination and case meetings with other key service providers and stakeholders
  • Court support 
  • Help finding employment

Our team also provides:

  • Community awareness and education
  • Prison in-reach support and community re-integration 

Eligibility criteria:

  • People aged 17 and over
  • Methamphetamine users
  • Men and women.

To make a referral, complete the referral form below and email it to crystalclear@dasa.org.au or fax it to 08 8953 4686.

Referral Form

The Team

Methamphetamine Outreach Case Manager

Danny Lloyd

danny.lloyd@dasa.org.au

Methamphetamine Outreach Case Manager

Tai Tipene

tai.tipene@dasa.org.au

Aranda House Methamphetamine Case Manager - Aboriginal Health Practitioner

Lenny Cooper

lenny.cooper@dasa.org.au