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Footsteps Road to Recovery Residential Rehabilitation



Footsteps (also known as North West Residential Rehabilitation Centre) provides supportive, therapeutic residential rehabilitation for people who want to address their harmful alcohol and drug use. The 12 bed service operates 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. Footsteps offers a 12 week program that focuses on the social, psychological and behavioural aspects of harmful alcohol and drug use, using community support and self reflection to heal. Separate accommodation is available for eight men and four women proportionate to community demand.

Services include:

The catchment area for clients attending Footsteps covers almost 900,000 kilometres and includes:

The Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council, as part of a consortium, is the lead agency and responsible for the day to day operation of the Footsteps program.

Abstract adapted from the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council SA


Footsteps Road to Recovery Residential Rehabilitation
1 Ellis Close
Port Augusta 5700
Ph: (08) 8641 3153


Last updated: 22 June 2017
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