Aboriginal Sobriety Group Indigenous Corporation (ASGIC) Riverland is based in Berri and administers a range of services to provide a complete recovery pathway for people who wish to live an alcohol and drug free lifestyle including:
Social & Emotional Wellbeing including Bringing Them Home (BTH)
SEWB is to contribute to the delivery of culturally appropriate targeted programs with the aim of promoting improved health and social and emotional wellbeing for Aboriginal community members. It also has a referral path to SA Link Up for BTH customers.
Substance Misuse Support
Substance Misuse support aims to improve the health status of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people through the delivery of effective, holistic and culturally appropriate and safe drug and alcohol interventions including rehabilitation.
Aboriginal Mental Health
Aboriginal Mental Health contributes to the delivery of culturally appropriate targeted programs and supports with the aim of promoting positive mental health and social and emotional wellbeing for Aboriginal community members.
Men Accessing Services – Community Transition
MAS is the provision of a localised and coordinated response to brokering and bridging service supports for Aboriginal men exiting correctional settings and/or engaged with correction services in community.
Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP)
MAP provides transport to community members under the influence of alcohol, other substances or situational crisis from public places to places of care, safety and support.
A qualified and registered psychologist is available for three days every two weeks providing culturally appropriate and safe psychology service for Aboriginal (and other) community members.
Riverland Aboriginal Men’s Support Group (RAMSG)
The Riverland Aboriginal Men’s Support Group was established in 2004. The group meets on a fortnightly basis to address the social & emotional well-being needs of Riverland Aboriginal men aged 16 years and over.
3 Wilson Street, Berri Phone: 8580 8700, Fax: 8582 1750, Email: [email protected]
Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP) Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm
MAP Mobile: 0427 013 390