"Road Maps Mobile Day Support Program"

About: Roadmaps Mobile Outreach Program

(as a service user),

Before joining the Road Maps program I had never tried rehab  despite being a drug user for 40 years or more.  Its been hard turning up each week and committing to the group, but I have done it.  

One of my biggest challenges is learning to solve problems and to function in the world 'straight'. For so long my only choice was to use and temporarily  forget. I am now able to recognise that my problems are still there when I come down. 

The Road Maps team encourage me and tell me to keep going, what we do each session encourages me to want to come back for the next session. 

As at today I have not used any substance for a week, I understand there is no quick fix and am taking one day at a time to reach my goal of getting my youngest kids back. 

The Road Maps are going to come back early in 2019 and I'm going to do the program again and I encourage others to come along with me.

Responses

Response from Joshua Snowdon, Data and Reporting Coordinator, Support Services, NSW, Lives Lived Well

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Hi Stejk87

Thank you for taking time to give us feedback about the Roadmaps program. I will make sure the Roadmaps team receives your message.

Congratulations on completing the program, and on taking these first steps in your recovery journey - treatment can be very challenging, whether it is residential rehab, a day program, or counselling.

You wisely point out that these are early days for you, but it sounds like you are off to a great start. I wish you all the best for the days and weeks to come. If you feel like you need some extra support, or just want a chat, please feel free to contact the team in Dubbo.

Kind Regards,

Josh

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