Addiction Solutions Victoria (ASV) started from the knowledge that recovery from addiction was possible and a desire to share that hope with anyone seeking it. ASV programs and services provide evidenced based substance misuse / and or dependence (addiction) treatment, withdrawal support and recovery support.
At ASV, we believe that given the right set of circumstance, opportunities and supports, that any person seeking treatment and support for substance misuse and / or dependence (addiction) can rebuild their life and achieve sustainable positive change (recovery).
ASV is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) and is a Consumer Affairs Victoria registered not-for-profit incorporated association. We are governed by a Board of committed family members, community members, professionals and people in recovery from addiction.
In addition, ASV is an Associated Member of the Institute of Community Directors (AMICDA), a member of the Mental Health Academy (MHA), and a member of the Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC) and registered with the Australian Counselling Association.
The ASV Board is committed to providing genuine recovery opportunities and knows that sustainable recovery from addiction is possible.
‘We recognise the great need for families and their loved ones to access affordable and evidenced-based drug and alcohol addiction treatment across Melbourne, Victoria in a timely manner. With a passion for creating genuine opportunities for recovery from addiction for more people and sharing hope, strength and knowledge, ASV has taken shape’.
ASV - Our Purpose
Our purpose is to provide genuine opportunities for positive change for people experiencing addictions.
ASV - Our Values
Hope - people can recover from even the most severe addictions if they are given the right support.
Accessible treatment – access to appropriate supports and treatment for alcohol and drug misuse, dependence or addiction should be affordable and within the reach of people who seek it when they need it.
Individuality – people respond best to support when their addiction treatment and recovery planis achievable, flexible and tailored specifically for them.
Families – families of people experiencing addictions need support and understanding. People are more likely to recover from addiction when their family is well-informed, supportive and supportable.
Community – connection and a sense of belonging are essential to a life worth living.