We will be hosting an information night for family members in Melbourne's North who are interested in participating in support groups run in partnership with Family Drug Help at SHARC.

The groups are the ARC Program, which has been running at our Coburg site for several years and the Family Support Group, which will replace the previous Family & Friends group.

The information night will be at our Coburg site (26 Jessie St) on Wednesday, Oct 22nd, from 6-8pm.

Please phone Family Drug Help at SHARC who will take bookings on our behalf or facilitate direct bookings into the support group or ARC course on: 95731761

Innovation in Action 2014

Developing therapeutic responses to methamphetamine use and dependence

Keynote speaker:
Associate Professor Nicole Lee

ReGen is delighted to announce that Assoc Prof Nicole Lee, recognised internationally for her research into methamphetamine use and treatment, was the keynote speaker at the 2014 Innovation Seminar.

Read on to watch video of the seminar and for more information.

Read more: Innovation Seminar March 20th 2014

We are offering our next round of Consumer Participation training for anyone who has used (or is currently using) ReGen's services and their family members. 

The comprehensive training will be delivered over two days (July 8-9) at our Coburg site. 

If you are interested in helping us to keep improving our services, we'd love to hear from you.

See the programme for more details or contact our Consumer Participation Facilitator Regina Brindle on (03) 93848894 or email:


If you're not on Twitter, you can now catch the full transcript of the #breakinggood discussion.


On Thursday, Feb 27th, we will be participating in a live Twitter chat about AOD related harms, treatment and policy.

The #breakinggood forum is one of vibewire's regular fora on subjects of interest to young people in Australia.  We will be joining representatives from the Australian Drug Foundation and the Stoned Society to generate discussion and answer questions from 7.00 - 8.30pm.

It should be an interesting discussion.  We'd love you to be a part of it.

Follow the links above (or the #breakinggood hashtag on Twitter) for more details.