Mission Australia’s Triple Care Farm is a youth drug and alcohol program offering withdrawal, rehabilitation and aftercare support to 16-24 year old Australians.
Sir David Martin Foundation enables best practice models of treatment for young people with drug and alcohol addiction.
*DMP is a drug and alcohol detoxification program
Please complete this form yourself, on behalf of a family member or client to the best of your ability. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are compulsory. Please note, as you click 'Next' through the sections, you may need to scroll back to the top of each page.
Before you start, please gather information about yourself or the person to help you complete the form; including; contact details, emergency contact details, family and background information, additional identification information (e.g. Medicare number) and medical/mental health conditions.
Once the form is complete you can submit the form directly and confidentially to the DMP Intake Coordinator.
Important: Please note that if you or the person has a community-based support worker of any kind (e.g Juvenile Justice officer, Probation & Parole officer, Mental Health Worker, GP/doctor support, Counsellor, Mentor, Social Worker or Case Manager), the 2C Risk Assessment Form needs to be completed by the most relevant support worker and sent to the dmp Intake Coordinator in addition to this online referral form.
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Are you or someone you know needing help? Read a bit more below about the three main Mission Australia programs we fund, to see which one might be best to help you.
We're here to support young people going through a tough time and facing all kinds of issues. Our programs can help if you're struggling with any of these problems:
Read about some of the young people who have been helped through the programs we fund.