Breakthrough ICE Education for Families

Are you located in Victoria? Does someone in your family have an ice addiction?

The upcoming sessions being held by Breakthrough may be of interest to you. These are not Interact Support events. This information is provided in the hope that it will reach people who may benefit so if you have clients or know of people who have a partner or child with an addition to ice please share.


If there are no suitable sessions below within your local area, please contact Breakthrough .

BreakThrough sessions can be held across regional or metropolitan Victoria. Sessions can be tailored to meet your community needs.

  • Wednesdays 12th & 19th September, 2018  4:00 – 6:00 pm (over two nights) Parkdale

    Central Bayside Community Health Services, 335-337 Nepean Highway, Parkdale, VIC 3195 booking link

  • Mondays 3rd & 10th September, 2018 – 6:00-8:00 pm (over two nights) Blackburn South

The Avenue Neighbourhood House @ Eley. 87 Eley Road, Blackburn South, 3130  booking link

  • Thursday, 6 September 2018, 6:00-9:00 pm Warburton
Redwood Community Centre, 3505 Warburton Hwy, Warburton, VIC 3799 booking link
  • Thursday, 18 October 2018, 2:00-5:00 pm Swan Hill

Stradbroke Hall, Stradbroke Ave (cnr Rutherford Street) Swan Hill, VIC 3585  booking link

  • Tuesdays 11th & 25th September, 2018 6:00-8:00 pm (over two nights) Lilydale

Inspiro, 17 Clarke Street, Lilydale, Victoria 3140  booking link

About BreakThrough

In March 2015 the Victorian Government released the $45.5 million Ice Action Plan. The plan was developed to tackle the growing use of ice in the Victorian community and the harms associated with use. Families of people who use ice were identified as a top priority.

With funding from the Ice Action Plan, Turning Point, SHARC and Bouverie Centre developed the BreakThrough program. Now being delivered across the state by facilitators from Turning Point and SHARC, BreakThrough has been very successful in addressing the stigma associated with ice use and linking families into ongoing support options.

To date, 83% of participants who responded to an evaluation of BreakThrough rated their satisfaction with the program as high or very high. Ninety-three per cent (93%) said they were very likely to follow through on suggestions made by the facilitator and 99% said they would recommend the program to others.


by Joanne Law time to read: 1 min
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