We also work to help families stay safe, healthy and connected through a range of family services. We deliver family violence programs with a special focus on the intersection of alcohol and drug misuse and family violence, supporting victim/survivors and changing the behaviour of male perpetrators.
TaskForce has delivered support to vulnerable Victorians for almost 50 years. We are expert providers of drug and alcohol services, offering counselling and case management throughout Melbourne’s South East.
Alcohol and other drug counselling: youth and adult counselling for voluntary and mandated clients, taking a recovery oriented, client-centred and harm minimisation approach.
To find out more, including how to refer clients, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9532 0811
Providing people with short term alcohol and drug support and connecting them to longer term community care.
Supporting parents with alcohol and drug misuse issues and their children through long-term interventions and case management.
Outreach and case management, connecting clients with alcohol and drug misuse issues to services they need and supporting them to live safe, healthy and independent lives.
Care and Recovery Coordination is delivered across the Bayside region, and in Casey, Cardinia and Greater Dandenong by our SECADA consortium. Click here to find out more.
Group alcohol and other drug programs for clients on Community Corrections Orders.
Supporting women and families at the intersection of family violence, mental health needs and drug and alcohol misuse issues through counselling and case management.
Contact us on 9532 0811 or email email@example.com to find out more.
Support for parents with alcohol and other drug treatment conditions on their family reunification orders.
The Living Free Project is a place based multi-faceted response for girls at risk of, and women in contact with the justice system in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. Leveraging partnerships with legal, health and community services, the project enhances opportunities for women to address their multiple needs that have contributed to contact with the justice system. The project provides advocacy for these women to improve their justice outcomes whilst simultaneously working to reduce the likelihood of further contact with the justice system. The project also drives health justice partnerships to improve access to justice and deliver system change for all vulnerable women across the catchment.
To refer, or for more information, call 9532 0811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Changing the attitudes and behaviours of men who have used violence while keeping women victim/survivors and their families safe from harm.
Support groups for those affected by loved ones’ alcohol and drug misuse, led by people with lived experience.
A court-referred, Men’s Behaviour Change style program working to change the attitudes and behaviours of men experiencing substance misuse issues who have used violence, while keeping women victim/survivors and their families safe from harm.