We provide an extensive range of counselling and support programs for anyone affected by their own or another person’s alcohol, drugs, gambling or other addictive behaviours.

All Holyoake programs are based on a harm minimisation model. Our programs provide information about addictive behaviours; why they develop and their effects on individuals and families. We offer participants alternative coping strategies and a supported pathway to a more productive life.

Couples Counselling

For couples who are experiencing ongoing difficulties in their relationship.
Couples Counselling


Discovering Relationships Using Music

Focus Program

For individuals affected by someone else’s addictive behaviour
Focus group

Get Real Program

For young people experiencing difficulties with alcohol or drug misuse, anger, offending and other addictive behaviours.
Get Real

Gottawanna Program

For adults who are seeking help for their alcohol or drug misuse, gambling or other addictive behaviours.
Gottawanna program

Ice Program

For people seeking help to address their crystal methamphetamine (ice) use.
Ice program

Initial Drug Diversion Initiative

For referrals from the Alcohol & Drug Services for participants diverted under the IDDI Police Diversion for Levels I, II and III brief interventions
Initial Drug Diversion Initiative Prog

Inner Child Program

For people who grew up in a family affected by alcohol or drug misuse
Inner Child

Parent Program

Strategies for parents whose kids are misusing alcohol or drugs
Parent program

PlayTalk Program

Explore ways to relate and communicate with your child using art and play.
Play Talk

Prison Program

The Holyoake Program is designed to support people with a history of alcohol or drug issues who are preparing for release from Prison.

StillMind Program

A mindfulness program
Still Mind

Workplace Intervention Program

Supporting employers to deal with an employee’s alcohol and other drug issues in the workplace.
Workplace Intervention Program

Young People’s Program

For young people experiencing problems with a family member’s substance misuse
Young Peoples