The Artist is Found – Windana Online Art Therapy Exhibition 2021

The healing power of art is on full display in The Artist is Found (www.theartistisfound.com) – Windana Drug and Alcohol Recovery and SECADA’s second annual online Art Therapy Exhibition. Over 70 pieces are featured in the exhibition, all created by artists in the Community Studio Art...

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International Overdose Awareness Day 2020

Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. It’s an important day at Windana, and for anyone who has lost people they love to overdose. It’s a chance to take a moment and remember loved ones who have died and the impact this has on those left behind, and those who have suffered...

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Staff at our Drug Withdrawal House have the Coranavirus covered

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Windana COVID-19 Update

Windana remains committed to providing the best, and safest care and support for our clients. We continuously review our approach to service delivery in-light of the latest COVID-19 advice from the Victorian Government. Following the announcement made by the Victorian Government on...

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Annual Review 2018

Windana is pleased to launch their annual review for 2018. Annual Review...

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National Alcohol Strategy 2018

Windana has prepared a submission to the Consultation Draft for the National Alcohol Strategy 2018 — 2026. Please take a moment to review our contribution that will inform the direction and priorities of this...

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Update on the Grampians facility

Our Grampians facility was officially opened during February 2019. This modern treatment facility will create an optimal environment for clients to fully engage in their recovery. This is Victoria’s first 90-day Therapeutic Community model that combines so well with the picturesque...

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Measuring and reporting on client impact

Windana and our landmark Client Impact Measurement strategy was profiled at the recent Australia and New Zealand Addiction Conference held in Queensland in early June. Using a bespoke Theory of Change model, Windana and Navigating Outcomes worked extensively with staff and clients to...

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The increasing demand for pharmacotherapy

One particular element of Windana TC residential rehabilitation treatment is the slow stream pharmacotherapy program. This specialist and increasingly vital service delivers support to those clients managing a planned reduction in their medication. The program is overseen by a...

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Our staff profile: Lena Kashaeva

Changing attitudes and perceptions toward clients living with the effects of substance misuse The idyllic Mornington Peninsula is for some the ultimate get away, the weekender or even the long-held dream location to live. It is also the region of Victoria that is home to a growing number...

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