The key purpose of the role is to complement program delivery by providing timely organisational support functions in client account management, finance, data entry, general administration, and vehicle fleet maintenance.
The key purpose of the role is to provide AOD assessment, comprehensive harm reduction interventions, complex case management and sustainable linkages with other support services. This includes opportunistic and brief therapeutic interventions inclusive of motivational interviewing, CBT, and other treatment modalities in order to support clients and their family members change harmful behaviours and increase their capacity to manage the problems they are experiencing.
The key purpose of the position is to work with clients to develop holistic, long-term recovery plans focusing on recovery from problematic substance abuse and promoting health, wellbeing, and social connectedness. The AOD Clinician will facilitate seamless and integrated treatment pathways and assist clients to remain on their treatment plan.
The key purpose of the role is to provide dual-diagnosis-informed AOD counselling to people with a history of offending and who have been sentenced to the Melbourne Drug Court as an alternative to prison. You will have the opportunity to work on a diverse team of specialists and to achieve positive change in the lives of people who want to address their substance use and offending behaviour.
My name is Amanda. My husband and I have been together for over 30 years, and we live in country Victoria. We have three beautiful adult children and we run our own small business. I want to share my family’s story and our journey with addiction. Never, while watching my children grow up, did I […]
Reporting to the CEO, the Executive Manager Community AOD Programs, will provide authentic leadership to a $9 million portfolio of Community programs across Victoria. This role works in partnership with several consortia providers, working collaboratively to ensure quality outcomes are achieved to advance the needs of marginalised people within our community.
The Odyssey House Short Story Competition Winners for 2021 have now been announced and their stories can be found here. The theme for 2021 was New Beginnings and we thank everyone who entered. Congratulations to our winners and to those stories that were highly commended. The Short Story Competition will open again in the second half of […]
The KODY/Caring Dads (CD) program supports fathers with alcohol and other drug (AOD) concerns to build stronger relationships with their kids. The program runs for 17 weeks, providing 2-hour group sessions and home-based family support. It focuses on supporting dads who use, or are at-risk of using, family violence, as well as their families who […]
Odyssey House has been successful in securing a $30,000 research grant from the Australian Drug Foundation. The grant will enable us to further develop and assess the impact of our support program to families and friends of clients who are at risk of overdose. Through our Intensive Support Program, we currently provide family and friends […]