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EXCLUSIVE, Phoebe Wearne WA’s methamphetamine epidemic is transforming the State’s prison population with more than half of inmates now locked up for drug offences, assault or burglary. Department of Justice figures reveal an increase of almost 70 per cent in adults jailed for drug offences.......

TWO years ago, back when I was a hardened drinker, I committed to Dry July. My body, and particularly my liver, needed a well earnt break from alcoholic lubrication and I longed for weekends without raging hangovers and carb laden foods. My commitment was questionable......

By Carmarlena Murdaca As more and more social media users are “liking” alcohol, risky drinking is rising. The rule of everything in moderation is a good one to go by if you want to log on for some fun – but avoid the sobering consequences of over–drinking with......

Dedicated drug and alcohol rehabilitation prisons have been proposed in a “radical” drug plan by West Australian Labor ahead of the March state election. The plan also includes two new treatment centres in regional WA, an additional $2 million per year into existing treatment facilities,......

Plans to tackle the South West’s evident methamphetamine problem with a dedicated rehabilitation centre have been met with praise from Whitehaven Clinic program director Tabitha Corser. Ms Corser said the South West was one of the state’s most prolific areas for ice use and more rehabilitation and drug treatment options......

Scrolling through our newsfeeds, there’s rarely a day goes by when we don’t see posts from parents documenting their stressful days … and treating that stress with alcohol. Post after post references wine ‘rewards’ after a long day of parenting battles, a dinnertime wine to......

The state government has launched the first ever 24/7 helpline dedicated to helping meth users. Mental Health minister Andrea Mitchell said the service was crucial to easing Western Australia’s methamphetamine crisis. “I urge people with meth-related issues to call the Meth Helpline and talk with......

Businessmen running big companies and footballers are among WA’s hidden methamphetamine addicts, according to a drug rehabilitation expert. Tabitha Corser, a Drug and Alcohol Office-trained counsellor in private practice, said meth users were wrongly assumed to be mostly fly-in, fly-out workers. But many of her......

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