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See related media coverage of Rose's award.

Melbourne, VIC, 11th November 2015 – UnitingCare ReGen, the lead alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, today celebrated the success of Rose McCrohan (Manager of ReGen’s adult residential withdrawal service in Ivanhoe) in winning the 2015 Clinician Award for excellence and leadership in clinical practice in the field of substance use at last night’s APSAD Conference dinner.

Read more: ReGen celebrates national clinical leadership award for Rose McCrohan (11/11/15)

Melbourne, VIC, 16th October 2015 – UnitingCare ReGen, the lead alcohol and other drug treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, today announced that the first round of its award winning Catalyst non-residential alcohol and other drug rehabilitation program in Melbourne’s outer south east will commence on November 9, in Narre Warren.

Read more: New rehab service increases drug treatment accessibility in Melbourne’s South East (16/10/15)

You can see pictures from the AGM on our Facebook page. Our 2014-15 digital annual report is now online. 

Can you join us?

You are invited to our 2015 AGM.
In addition to the keynote presentation, our AGM provides a great opportunity to look back at the past year at ReGen, get a feel for where we’re going as an organisation and meet some of the many people who use, provide and support our services.
You will also be the first to see our first digital Annual Report and get your hands on an early copy of our summary hardcopy report.

Click here for full details and to register to attend.


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The Methamphetamine Family First Aid program is for families and significant others who have a family member who is using methamphetamine.

The free, 2.5 hour program provides families’ with the support, knowledge and strategies to respond to a loved one’s methamphetamine use by developing safety plans, creating boundaries, dealing with anger, anxiety, paranoia and psychosis related behaviours.

The program also discusses self-care strategies for families and significant others.

We will be delivering this program in October (see below).  For further information, please call ReGen on 9386-2876 or Sam Mastro on 9384-8895.

Alternatively, you can register your place in either of the two programs via the links below:


This extended piece in Crosslight (the national newspaper for the Uniting Church in Australia)  focuses on our work developing targetted treatment responses to methamphetamine dependence and the story of Sarah, one of our Consumer Consultants. A huge thanks to Sarah for sharing her story and her experience of our services.