Group programs offer individuals and family members an opportunity to address their own alcohol or drug use and explore their challenges and the impact of alcohol and/or other drugs on their relationships.
Victoria Park programs cover a series of topics across Men’s Program, Women’s Program, Relationships in Focus and Parent’s Program, including The Process of Dependency; Change, Relapse Prevention and Letting Go; Self Responsibility and Family Dynamics.
Each session is crafted to cater for your unique needs with separate groups for men and women. Our programs offer a combination of educational components, group discussions, skill-building exercises, and practical strategies to help you develop healthier coping mechanisms and make positive lifestyle. With particular focus on the effects of problem substance use and other dependent behaviours on the family unit, the programs are instructive and supportive in open group format with a proven track record of success.
The Group programs consist of 12 interactive group discussions, which are normally completed in a successive 12 week period, providing strategies to support you with tools and coping skills for those impacted by the misuse of alcohol and other drugs, by themselves or someone they care about.
The Parents Group, as an example, helps parents to understand their situation and explore practical skills to cope with and facilitate positive change.
Our therapeutic groups are led by highly trained and experienced facilitators who create a safe and non-judgmental environment, fostering open dialogue and encouraging personal growth, specialists in alcohol and other drug treatment.
You will be part of a supportive community where you can connect, gain inspiration, and build strong bonds with others who are on the same path to recovery.
A Safe and Supported Environment
Holyoake’s AOD Therapeutic Group Programs are designed to equip you with the tools and skills necessary for long-term success in your recovery journey. By focusing on relapse prevention, stress management, and improving overall well-being, we empower you to make lasting changes and thrive beyond the program.
In a safe and supported environment, you will join individuals with similar experiences who understand and share experiences. This non judgemental peer support can make a positive difference, increasing your understanding of alcohol and/or drug use with supportive, practical tools on how to address it.
Our group programs at Victoria Park run on a weekly basis, with sessions during the day and some evenings.
Group programs are also available in Midland and Northam/Wheatbelt