The Ice Meltdown Project A community project dedicated to helping those that are addicted to the drug ICE.
If you or someone you know is struggling with Ice addiction please do not hesitate to contact us.
Currently group client meetings are being held once a week as well as family group meetings being held the same night. 7pm start, Thursday evenings.
All meetings are held at Drouin Anglican Church, Princess Way in The Parish Hall. Entry from Francis Avenue.
For more information about the TIMP meetings click HERE
In July 2014 Janice Ablett founded The Ice Meltdown Project in response to the growing epidemic within her community of the street drug known as ICE. Janice saw that the drug was tearing apart lives and families. Her concern coupled with her nonjudgmental approach and unconditional love prompted her to reach out to her community to try to bring awareness to the growing social problem.
The project was a runaway success that highlighted the growing need for support in this area. It was not long before offers of support flooded in. Within a few weeks the project began helping people in a practical and positive way to end their addictions and address their rehabilitation needs.
It is our understanding due to the lack of rehabilitation facilities and professionals, the support has been encouraged and placed back onto the families/support persons and community.
Currently The Ice Meltdown Project under the professional guidance of a local GP with a wealth of drug and alcohol knowledge in assisting clients with addiction, is encouraging families/support persons to detox clients in their own homes with the support of our community project. Reassurance and understanding of the task of detox has clients feeling confident to do so.
To date this has been embraced by the community resulting in 112 detoxes. The nonjudgmental approach is to be realistic with the process of recovery.
To connect with us now, click here to visit our Facebook page or you can call us on
Janice 0467 655 835. Megan 0484 917 081. Willy 0418 942 143.