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    Stories from clients who have used our DAWN services...

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    Free service

    Our service is free and based in
    your own home...

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    Feedback from our clients and doctors...

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Welcome to DAWN

DAWN (Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Network) is a free and confidential service for adults who want to reduce or cease alcohol or substance use in their home environment. If you have a medical or mental health condition it does not exclude you from the service.

Operating across Perth's metropolitan area, DAWN also provides youth services for people aged 12 to 25 in partnership with headspace centres in Fremantle and Perth (Osborne Park).

One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do. (Henry Ford)

DAWN is one of St John of God Health Care's Social Outreach services.

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Features

Home-based withdrawalYou do not need a referral to access DAWN's services.

All enquiries are welcomed so please don't hesitate to contact us on:

Tel: (08) 9382 6049
Fax: (08) 9382 6725
Email: dawn@sjog.org.au

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    It is a common misconception that palliative care is only end of life care however this is one part of the speciality according to our specialist palliative care team at St John of God Subiaco Hospital.

    Date: 26.05.16
  • A history of nursing

    As a part of International Nurses Day celebrations, St John of God Health Care has opened up its nursing history to reveal the changes particularly at two of its key training institutes in Ballarat and Subiaco.

    Date: 13.05.16
  • Celebrating our nurses

    Each year on 12 May we celebrate International Nurses Day to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale and to recognise the contribution that nurses make to people’s health and wellbeing.

    Date: 12.05.16
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