Information for family and friends
If you are a family member or a friend of a person struggling with substance abuse, we encourage you to seek help and support.
Your local area health service can tell you more about counselling options.
View other support services.
If a life is in danger, call 000.
“Since coming to The Glen for Women I’ve realised what I want in life is to stay clean. I am grateful for the support they offer and the knowledge I’ve gained in a short time in the program. I am looking forward to the rest of my life.”
Can The Glen help your loved one?
The Glen offers a holistic 12-week program for men and women over 18 from any background to recover from drug and alcohol addiction.
Find out more about The Glen program and read more about our values.
Contacting your loved one at The Glen
If your family member or a friend is participating in The Glen program, stay up to date by visiting The Glen Facebook page, our Instagram page or signing up to our newsletter.
To support our clients’ journey of recovery, we have guidelines covering the use of mobile phones, leave, family contact and visits, depending on how long the client has been part of the program.
The program includes a weekly trip to the local shopping centre, and to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings.
We appreciate your support in making sure that clients don’t treat these trips as a chance to catch up with family and friends.