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188 Medical

188 Medical is a medical centre conveniently located across from the popular Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

We extend a warm welcome to Dr. Jasmina Bajramovic, Dr. Kelly Young and Dr. Karen Provan who have recently joined the practice.

Our doctors and registered nurse's welcome ev. . .


188 Brisbane Road

Wheelchair Access
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Bulk Billing OptionsNew Patients AcceptedHicaps AvailableAged Care Friendly

ADAPT Alcohol Drug Acceptance Prevention Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy has shown great promise in treating both substance abuse and mental health issues. It addresses some of the underlying causes of both problems.

ADAPT is an eleven session (8 weekly then 3 spaced follow ups) closed group therapy program for people who currently have or recently had a mental health diag. . .

Akers Psychology

Clinical Psychologist offering psychological therapy and assessments for adults and adolescents. Medicare, WorkCover, DVA, Private Health Fund, or self-referrals accepted.


Suite 2A, 9 Sir John Overall Drive

Wheelchair AccessNew Patients Accepted

Al-Anon Family Groups (including Alateen)

Our purpose is to help families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with someone whose drinking is a problem.

Similarly, Alateen is our recovery program for young people. Alateen groups are sponsored by Al-Anon members. Alateen provides support for teenagers affected by the problem drinking of a parent or other f. . .

  • Contact: Al-Anon Family Groups South Queensland Area
  • Phone: 07 5532 4320
  • Email:

Alcohol and Other Drugs Service (AODS) - Central Clinic SOUTHPORT

This service is a public health service provided by Gold Coast Hospital and Health Services. 

This team at the Central Clinic provide the Gold Coast public hospitals and local community with a consultative, assessment, counselling and support service for alcohol and drug related concerns. Alcohol and drug related information, educat. . .

  • Phone: 07 5687 9119
  • Fax: 07 5687 9345
  • Email: 

Level 4, 16-30 High Street

New Patients Accepted

Alcohol and Other Drugs Service (AODS) - Community Programs

Community education and training programs and projects are provided to increase understanding of drug related concerns and treatment options. 

Please call 07 5687 7062 for more information.

All services are free and confidential.

Alcoholics Anonymous

AA Helpline:    (07) 5591 2062 (9am-9pm, 7 days)

Having trouble with alcohol?
Does your drinking worry you?
Is it causing you to get into unpleasant or dangerous situations?
Are family members complaining about your drinking?

Only you can decide whether to give AA a try. In AA, we. . .


Level 1 , 6 Lawson Street

Wheelchair Access

Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline

We know how difficult it may be for you to talk to someone about your problem.  You can pick up the phone and talk anonymously to someone who knows exactly how you are feeling, because they've been through it too.
Phone our national helpline number 1300 22 22 22* and your call will be routed . . .

Phone: 1300 222 222 (9am-9pm Mon-Sun)

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Artius Health & Employment Services - Oxenford

Artius is a Mental Health and Disability Employment Services company. We offer a wide range of services from physiotherapy, psychology, employee assistance programs, manual handling courses, job search support, resume development, vocational training and much more. Our mission is to help people, businesses and communities to reach their potential. . . .


Shop 38, 502 Hope Island Road

Wheelchair AccessBulk Billing OptionsNew Patients AcceptedHicaps Available

Australian College of Community Services De-programming Family Systems Therapy Program

The workshop describes an overview of intervention approaches used in welfare industries. There is a significant need for counsellors/case workers working in areas such as drug/alcohol, relationship, child and youth, juvenile justice, school early intervention programs and mental health areas to understand the impact of family relationships on all . . .

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