Free and professional counselling across Western NSW – Dubbo Regional Area

Dubbo Outreach Service is a free mobile drug and alcohol treatment service for adults that provides culturally appropriate support with individual counselling and case management, and group therapy.

Our aim is to provide a tailored service with a harm reduction focus, that meets the needs of individuals, families and communities experiencing drug and/or alcohol misuse.

We employ a range of therapeutic tools to assist clients in achieving their goals around their drug and alcohol use, prevent further drug and alcohol misuse and reduce related harms. These tools include Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

Our program

Our team work with you to help you get back on track with:

  • counselling and education for individuals and family members
  • case management for individuals
  • continuing support for those who have completed our live-in rehabilitation programs
  • working with other community organisations and linking you to other treatment, support and information resources.
How do I access Dubbo Outreach?

Referral is easy. You can self-refer here, or be referred by a third party if you have given your consent. Service Providers can also refer through the website here.

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