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Warrondi Engage and Link Day Program

Warrondi Engage and Link Day Program also known as WEL Day Program is a nonresidential alcohol and other drug program. The WEL Day Program offers culturally
safe support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples towards addressing
substance use issues with a client-centred harm minimisation approach. This is
achieved through one-to-one counselling and case management alongside positive
activities in a safe space.

Counselling and case management:

Counsellors support clients towards recovery from alcohol and other drug issues
through culturally appropriate individual counselling, therapeutic groups and case
management which may include advocacy and external referrals. We aim to work
with clients and their support networks collaboratively.

WEL Day Program activities include:

Gym twice a week
• Art classes once a week
• Music once a week
• SMART Recovery once a week
• Monthly social outings to various places (with a cultural and nature focus,
beach days, bush walks and others)
* Get in contact with us for more information. Contact details are below.

Referrals

Self-referral
Clients are welcome to come in for a yarn with a counsellor about joining the
program or to find out more about what we offer. Walk-ins are welcome from Monday
to Friday between 9AM and 1PM, no booking required.
• Referral made by other workers/agencies
We also welcome referrals made by other agencies on behalf of clients. You’re
welcome to come along with your client during walk-in hours (Monday to Friday,
9AM-1PM) to have a look at what we offer or get in touch with a counsellor to
discuss a referral.

Contact details

Phone: (08) 8212 1215 (Monday – Friday)
Email: wel-info@salvationarmy.org.au
Address: 62 Whitmore Square Adelaide SA 5000.

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