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We are a healthcare social enterprise focused on helping Australians keen to detox from alcohol, safely from home.

Our mission is to improve the health and wellness of individuals struggling with alcohol dependence, and make withdrawal (detox) and recovery services accessible to every Australian who needs them, irrespective of postcode or socio-economic status. 

Our clinic is led by Dr Chris Davis, a global leader in General Practitioner alcohol withdrawal management. Working under his guidance are a team of highly trained alcohol detox nurses who provide the care you need to successfully detox from alcohol at home. 

Our service is currently available to:

  • Privately paying individuals

  • Individuals with BUPA Gold Cover

  • Residents of Western New South Wales, Western Queensland, Northern Sydney and Central & Eastern Sydney


We hope to be able to extend publicly funded access to other patients in the future.  We offer payment plans to assist with affordability - our monthly charge is typically less than clients were previously spending on alcohol.

As a social enterprise we exist to deliver a measurable social impact.  We derive most of our revenue from trading and commit to reinvesting a significant proportion of our profits in furthering our mission.

The team

Interested in home detox?

To find out if you are eligible for home detox fill in the suitability questionnaire, then we'll be in touch to arrange your first appointment.

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Meet the team

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Dr Chris Davis

Co-Founder & Chief Medical Officer

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Chris Davis is a GP with a special interest in Drug & Alcohol services.  He established the Clean Slate Clinic in Sydney to provide in-person primary care alcohol withdrawal and recovery services, after successfully implementing the model in the UK.  Chris is a recognized expert in the field and is currently providing training to other GPs through the RACGP.

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Pia Clinton-Tarestad

Co-Founder & CEO

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Pia Clinton-Tarestad is a health economist with over 20 years experience in service delivery, design and improvement in healthcare.  She has successfully managed and commissioned a range of specialist services, including complex mental health services, as well as providing consulting advice in Australia and the UK.  She was formerly the National Lead Partner for Healthcare at a Top Tier Consulting Firm.

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Chris Raine

Co-Founder & Director

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Chris Raine has a long-established expertise in the successful set-up and running of digital healthcare companies, and was the Founder and CEO of Hello Sunday Morning – an organisation that supports one of the largest online communities in the world focussed on alcohol behaviour change.

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Piotr Blaszczyk

Operations Manager

Peter has a keen interest in healthcare administration and brings strong management and customer service skills. He closely works with our clients to ensure that they have a smooth journey throughout the program, and he is available to help with any issues or queries. 

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Jenny Ryan

Registered Nurse

Jenny Ryan is a Registered Nurse with more than 30 years’ experience in the provision of community-based health care and the management and delivery of drug and alcohol treatment and mental health programs. Jenny has special interests in the promotion of health and wellbeing, and the support of people experiencing harms due to substance use through at home alcohol detoxification.

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Lucinda Scopelliti

Nurse Practitioner

Lucy Scopelliti is a nurse practitioner who has worked over 20 years in the drug and alcohol field.  Her practice has been autonomous in both drug withdrawal inpatient and outpatient programs, consultation and management of patients including hospital and correctional settings.  Her expertise enables her to represent drug and alcohol nurses at a state and national level, and she is an executive member of the Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia (DANA).

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