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"Together We Are Stronger"


Walking the Journey Together

As a non-profit organization, we specialize in aiding individuals recovering from methamphetamine and other substance addictions, as well as providing assistance to their loved ones navigating the journey alongside them.

Our mission is to offer a comprehensive array of support services and resources aimed at facilitating recovery from addiction. Beyond just addressing the individual's needs, we recognize the importance of a supportive community for family and friends. Thus, we provide a safe haven for them to gather and lean on each other for support. Through sharing resources and facilitating referrals to clinical services when necessary, we ensure that individuals receive the holistic support they need at every stage of their recovery journey.

Our organization was born out of a genuine need identified by individuals with lived experiences of addiction. We understand the complexities of addiction firsthand, which allows us to tailor our support to better meet the needs of those we serve. By fostering a culture of mutual support and understanding, we empower individuals to achieve better outcomes and a deeper understanding of their recovery process.

Our support models are led by peers who have walked similar paths, creating an environment characterized by empathy, understanding, and acceptance. In this non-judgmental space, individuals are encouraged to share their experiences openly, knowing they will be met with compassion and support. We believe that through fostering a sense of community and shared understanding, we can help individuals on their journey towards lasting recovery and healing.



42 Forrest Avenue

South Bunbury WA 6230

Phone: 08 9787 9298

   ABN 18 264 277 628



Monday - Friday: 10 AM - 2PM

If you need help outside of our opening times


Emergency or life is in danger call 000


Other  crisis services

 24/7 crisis support call

Lifeline  on 13 11 14

Rural Link

on 1800 552 002

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We at Doors Wide Open acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we live and work and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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