During COVID-19 Outbreak
Odyssey House NSW is an essential service by virtue of section 4 of the Essential Services Act 1988 (no.41), in which entitles the organisation to continue providing services to the community within a specified capacity during a time that a state of emergency is declared by the Australian Government.
Odyssey House’s free Community Services provide treatment, counselling, education, and aftercare support to those who have been affected by alcohol and other drugs. We are providing our programs and services through telephone counselling and online groups during this time. Please call 1800 397 739 or email email@example.com
At Odyssey House NSW we understand the challenges that may be impacting the life and health of individuals, their friends, family and the wider community. Our experienced team offers free individual and group counselling, support, information and education to people who are concerned about their own or a loved one’s drug and/or alcohol use and the impact on their mental health.
To find out more about our services and program options that will support and assist you in your recovery journey phone our assessment team on 1800 397 739 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Community Services have programs specialising in:
Our Alcohol and Other Drugs Recovery groups provide support with: relapse prevention and relapse management, developing strategies to manage high risk situations and sustain recovery, harm reduction education and goal setting and treatment options.
Parent Support Groups
Our free Parent Programs through Community Services are focused on parents and how to be the best parent you can be for your kids. We currently have numerous parenting programs operating across Sydney.
For people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol and other drug issues, our mental health recovery programs provides support with: developing and maintaining mental health recovery plans, building knowledge and coping skills to manage mental health issues in recovery and recreational activities conducive to an improved well-being.
Our family support groups aim to give anyone who may be supporting someone with a drug or alcohol issue a safe place to learn about: drug and alcohol dependence, coping skills, and how best to support someone who is having problems with drugs or alcohol.
To chat to one of our friendly staff about our Community Services send an enquiry using the form on this page or call:
1800 397 739
or email email@example.com