How We Help Adults


Evidence-based programs and services focused on improving physical, mental and social health.

Assisting Adults

We provide evidence-informed programs and services focused on improving physical, mental and social health. Our teams are flexible and offer both individual and group support and training in-home, in-office, in public and community spaces as well as telephone and online services.

People use alcohol and other drugs for a variety of reasons including experimental, recreational, situations, intensive (or bingeing), dependent or therapeutic use.  The majority of people who use substances do not become dependent, but for those who do become dependent their use can greatly impact their finances, employment, relationships, physical and mental health. Dependency can be indicative of other issues that you are facing and trying to cope with. By choosing substances as a coping mechanism, it can create other longer term issues. It is important to remember that dependency is not a moral failing, it is a health issue that needs the appropriate care and support for recovery.

After you sign up, we will match you to an available program that fits your objectives, preferences, and the type of issues you are dealing with. Different programs have different approaches and areas of focus, so it’s important to find the right program that can achieve the best results for you. We have found that we are able to provide a successful match most of the time; however, if you start the process and you feel your program isn’t a good fit for you, please speak with us.

Workplace Training

Drug ARM delivers specialist training in mental health, alcohol and other drugs, dealing with distress, suicide intervention, workplace safety and quality practice, working with niche client groups and staff induction.

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