The Ice Meltdown Project – 

Due to current COVID-19 isolation restrictions this program is not open for intake of new participants. The Need Help? form can still be completed and received by administration.

A non-residential withdrawal and rehabilitation support program, assisting and educating the family and clients in addiction recovery together. 

The Ice Meltdown Project was founded in 2014 in response to the growing use of an illegal drug known as ICE. The Founder and 2019 OAM  recipient, Janice Ablett was witnessing that the drug was tearing apart lives and families. Five years later, development of the program now assists all clients wanting treatment to address substance use and alcohol dependency

For anyone wanting to join the Support Program please complete the Need Help? section prior to assessment that can be undertaken on Thursdays, 1.30pm-5pm at the Doctors. This is by appointment only. Participation of group therapy occurs after assessment and 14 day detox.

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