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Healthy Options Australia (HOA) – Drug ARM Charleville


102 Alfred Street, Charleville QLD, Australia

Intake number

07 3620 8880

Intake email




Intake opening hours

Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

About Drug ARM – Charleville

Drug ARM Australasia is a for-purpose organisation committed to reducing the harms of alcohol and other drug use. At their core is a passion to reduce the damaging effects of alcohol and other drugs on physical, mental and spiritual health.

Their community has a vision to see flourishing people and communities where anyone who is affected or at risk of being affected by alcohol and drugs has someone there to support them. They are standing up for the rights of people to live happy and healthy lives.

Drug ARM provides compassion and specialist care throughout Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia through a range of programs and services that include education, outreach, prevention and treatment. The ‘ARM’ in Drug ARM is an acronym that stands for Awareness, Rehabilitation and Management.


Breakthrough for Families Qld: an ongoing series of free public information sessions for family members of people
who are using alcohol or other drugs. The sessions provide families with accurate information, equip them with the skills and knowledge to navigate the treatment system and address barriers to seeking help. It has two components:

  • Information Sessions: a two hour information session delivered in community spaces across each region
  • Individual Brief Support: families can access a series of one-hour brief support sessions as well as support from workers to connect to other local agencies. Duration of treatment is tailored to client’s presenting issues.

Creating Options Program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders: Intensive clinical support for people 18 years and over who require ongoing treatment to overcome, or manage harms associated with alcohol and other drugs. The program provides assessment, case management, case formulation, counselling, detox support, psycho-education, social skills training, relapse prevention, and referral strategies. Treatment episodes usually consist of 12 weekly one-hour sessions for individual.

Intake, assessment and referral

No referral needed for information sessions. Walk ins welcome.

All appointments, assessment and intake is conducted through the Central Intake Service. Clients need to self-refer by calling the Central Intake Service by calling 07 3620 8880.

Hospital and Health Service Region

South West

Primary Health Network region

Darling Downs and West Moreton

Treatment type

Psychosocial intervention (e.g. counselling)

Smoking permitted


Phones permitted




Family / children access