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Lakalinjeri Tumbetin Waal



Lakalinjeri Tumbetin Waal (LTW) is a non-medical 'dry' rehabilitation centre located on Frahns Farm at Monarto in South Australia. Clients live-in for a 12 week period and are assisted to recover from alcohol or other drug use issues via a number of programs.

LTW adopts a holistic approach by treating the underlying grief as well as the disorder. The programs offered encompass traditional cultural methods of teaching and learning, which aim to increase the effectiveness of the recovery process.

There are four key strategic directions focused on at LTW:

LTW can provide facilities for up to 10 residents at a time. Residents have access to a manager, caseworker/counsellor and senior rehabilitation caseworker. Prior to entry, clients must take a needs assessment with Aboriginal Sobriety Group Inc's Assessment, Referral and Counselling team to ensure they are ready for treatment.

Abstract adapted from Aboriginal Sobriety Group Inc


Lakalinjeri Tumbetin Waal
Aboriginal Sobriety Group
Monarto SA 5254
Ph: (08) 8534 4028
Fax: (08) 8534 4088

Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation
182-190 Wakefield Steet
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph: (08) 8223 4204
Fax: (08) 8232 6685


Last updated: 20 October 2017
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