Melbourne, VIC, 7th March 2013 – UnitingCare ReGen (formerly Moreland Hall), the lead alcohol and other drug treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, is delighted to announce that Associate Professor Nicole Lee, recognised internationally for her research into methamphetamine use and treatment, was the keynote speaker at the agency’s 2014 Free ‘Innovation in Action’ Seminar (#iAOD14).

Read more: ReGen seminar highlights methamphetamine treatment options (08/03/14)

Melbourne, VIC, 3rd September 2013 – UnitingCare ReGen, the lead alcohol and other drug treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, today celebrated its victory at the 2013 Robin Clark Memorial Awards.  Recognising service quality and leadership in the Victorian child and family service sector, the awards identify services and individuals that significantly improve the lives of vulnerable children, young people and families.

Read more: ReGen celebrates win at Robin Clark Memorial Awards (03/09/13)

ReGen to expand after-hours treatment, support and consultancy services

Melbourne, VIC, 29th October 2013 – UnitingCare ReGen, the lead alcohol and other drug treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, today announced the commencement of its new after-hours service to improve the accessibility of treatment and support services in Melbourne’s north.  Commencing on 30th October, the service will provide phone-based and face-to-face non crisis related alcohol and others drugs services from 6.00 to 11.00pm on weekdays and 10.00am to 3.00pm on weekends.

Read more: ReGen announces new after-hours services (29/10/13)

Melbourne, VIC, 30th August 2013 – UnitingCare ReGen, the lead alcohol and other drug treatment and education agency of UnitingCare Victoria & Tasmania, today welcomed this morning’s announcements by Minister Wooldridge of the Victorian Government funding for methamphetamines prevention, education and treatment ($1.1 million) and the Community Overdose Prevention & Education (COPE) program ($200,000).

Read more: ReGen welcomes Vic Govt announcements on methamphetamines and overdose prevention (30/08/13)