Abstinent based AOD program, committing to provide support to clients and family members(significant others) addressing addiction and implementing treatment and management.
- Registered as a Not-for-profit
- Charity Status and is approved with the Australian Tax Office (ATO)
- Our charitable purposes
- Advancing Health
- Advancing social and public welfare
- Public Benevolent Institution
- Deductible Gift Recipient’s Status (DGR)
T.I.M.P. will support people to manage life controlling issues, encouraging new coping skills and strategies to regain their confidence and self-worth to gain them a positive outlook for the future.
Encouragement is given to families to participate and support their loved ones.
To provide a safe and holistic professional environment, in which men and women who are addicted can end their dependency. Regain their health, in dependency and once again become a responsible member of the community. Families being reunited through seeking recovery together.
- We can provide education and public speaking events to
- Schools, Primary and Secondary students & staff
- Sporting groups and community forums
A contractual framework and working relationship have clients committed to participating with a Program Manager that attends doctor appointments and facilitates the programs therapy sessions weekly and assisting Drug and Alcohol management
Mental Health Care Plans can be assessed activating a referral to a Psychologist
A weekly Gym night encouraging improved health
A Family Respite House can accommodate the early engagement of the program on assessment. This requires independent living arrangements for carer and client participating. Please note this is not a residential rehabilitation facility.
The support program promotes holistic care and proactive management motivating a client attempting to re-establish coping mechanisms and life skills after substance use -Physically, mentally and spiritually).