Tag: Tackling Tobacco

Lives Lived Well partnered with Tackling Tobacco to support their clients recovering from alcohol and drugs to quit smoking.

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Belmont Neighbourhood Centre successfully completed the Tackling Tobacco training program in late 2019.

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Yes Unlimited joined the Tackling Tobacco program to increase their organisation’s capacity to address smoking.

Our Tackling Tobacco program is equipping community groups to help consumers with mental illness quit smoking.

Tackling Tobacco provides training and tools to community organisations that help people with mental illness quit smoking.

Tamworth Aboriginal Medical Service (TAMS) is a primary health care service supporting Aboriginal community in the Tamworth region.

Rainbow Lodge, the oldest halfway house in Australia, supports high risk men from NSW prisons to better able to integrate into the community.

When implementing the Tackling Tobacco program, the staff at Mission Australia Goulburn not only found the program easy to implement within the service, but the program also resulted in clients quitting smoking altogether.

One Door Mental Health Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) Shoalhaven, part of the One Door Mental Health, is a mental health program that helps consumers to reconnect with their community. PHaMs works with consumers on a personal level by supporting family relationships, providing outreach services, referrals to key services such as housing and drug and […]

About the service Operated by Mission Australia, Triple Care Farm is a residential rehabilitation and treatment program for 16−24 year-olds experiencing substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness and acute behavioural problems. Triple Care Farm’s 12-week program involves therapeutic group work and counselling, educational programs, life skills and leisure activities. For the first four weeks at Triple […]