Ice Breakers, funded by the Mental Health Commission (WA) is a 12 week non-residential rehabilitation program, that supports people moving from crystal methamphetamine (ice) dependence into recovery.

The program was developed by psychologist Margaret Gordon, and her grandson Jamie Coyne, whose past experience with drug abuse helped develop a program that connects with recovering addicts.

The program began in 2015 and is facilitated by recovering drug addicts, focusing on education and cognitive behavioural therapy. Ice Breakers also provides a support group for parents and families of individuals battling ice addiction.

The program is currently delivered at Albany PCYC, witth group sessions Thursday and Friday from 12:00pm – 2:00pm.