Here is a list of some residential rehabs Victoria Australia and other services in Victoria for people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. I am not endorsing or recommending any of them as I have not visited or reviewed the programs with the exception of looking at their websites where they have one.
This list of residential rehabs Victoria Australia is for information purposes only and to give you a starting point when you are looking for help with your addiction issues.
Melbourne & Rural Victoria (03) 9420 7610
Odyssey House Victoria’s residential rehabilitation program, in the form of a Therapeutic Community, provides live-in treatment for adults, couples, and parents with their children (aged 0 to 12 years). The program offers a structured environment, with up to ninety residents and thirty staff, working together in a values-based program as a community to help individuals make changes and choices on their pathway to recovery. What this means to each person is different.
Arrow Health St Kilda 1300 295 989 Our residential retreat provides a 12 week comprehensive inpatient program in country Victoria.
Montserrat is a 15-bed purpose built facility located on 76 acres in a secluded, tranquil environment with stunning views over the Goulburn Valley.
The retreat offers a safe and discrete haven for our clients wanting to reappraise their lives and start their journey and recovery in a therapeutic, supportive and drug free environment. It also helps them reconnect with nature and gain perspective.
Kyabram (03) 5852 3777
Teen Challenge Victoria offers a faith-based alternative for rehabilitation. The residential program is based upon Christian principles for living. Our aim is to provide youth, adults and families with an effective and comprehensive faith-based solution to life-controlling drug and alcohol problems in order to become productive members of society. By applying biblical principles, Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive. This is applied through mentoring, class work and completing personal studies. It also includes work detail, learning new skills and good work ethics. The program is fully structured and supervised.
Ballarat 03 5332 1286
Nyora (03) 5659-6307
Remar Australia is a Christian outreach ministry dedicated to helping those who have been marginalized by society. Remar Australia (part of Remar International) provides long-term support and residential rehabilitation to people who are struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.
In Australia we work primarily in providing substance abusers with recovery opportunities that focus on healing their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Additionally, we also provide help and support to those who need to learn basic life-skills and offer assistance to anyone experiencing major difficulties coping with problems in their life.
We believe that through spiritual development, every person is capable of being the agent of change in their lives.
St Kilda 61 3 9529 7955
The Windana therapeutic community is a statewide service for men and women over the age of 18 years of age who are seeking solutions to problems associated with drugs and alcohol. Residents must be prepared to participate and interact in a supportive non-judgmental manner in the spirit of community.
Lilydale 0422 709 664
Betel Australia is a caring, not-for-profit Christian community, in the heart Victoria, dedicated to restoring homeless and substance-dependent people to productive, independent lifestyles.
Betel’s residence hosts up to 25 men. We have received numerous testimonies of lives changed, families restored, and new hope for the future through the work of Betel. We welcome you to explore our website to learn more about us, to find out how you can help, or to seek new beginnings for yourself or someone you know who may need the care and love that Betel can provide.
Melbourne (03) 8793 9444
St John of God Pinelodge Clinic’s Alcohol & Drug Unit offers inpatient stays of up to 28 days (subject to funding and clinical need), with 24-hour nursing care and support.
The recovery treatment program is designed to help patients identify and resolve problems, understand the nature of dependency, be able to set realistic goals and adjust to a dependency free lifestyle. The program, individually tailored to patients, is designed and conducted by a multi-disciplinary team comprising psychiatrists, medical practitioners, psychologists, experienced counsellors and nursing staff.
Melbourne 03 9885 9621
Clients are admitted into the intensive 28 day inpatient residential Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehabilitation Recovery Treatment Program. The in house residential stay encompasses elements of detoxification and substance rehabilitation. The program attempts to replicate a normal living environment within the confines of a hospital to insure the recovery process is as natural as possible. Clients need to be a minimum age of 21 years of age to be accepted into the rehabilitation program.
Melbourne 03 9429 4688
The programs aim to comprehensively address and understand the person in the context of their environment in relation to physical, emotional, relational and spiritual dimensions of addiction. Substitution Pharmacotherapy can be discussed with your treating doctor as part of your treatment. All programs focus on behavioural and psychological underlying factors to a person’s addiction allowing the person to take responsibility for their own recovery in a respectful setting. As most patients have underlying psychological and psychiatric issues The Melbourne Clinic is in a unique position to provide programs consultancy and continuing care following people from inpatient through to outpatient programs, providing high quality and professional care in the process of their recovery. People can attend the Day Programs on Monday evenings or Wednesday during business hours without having had an inpatient stay at the clinic.
Melbourne (03) 9805 7370
The aim of the Substance Use and Addiction Program is to enable individuals to reduce the personal and social harms associated with their substance abuse and/or addictive behaviours.
The service is designed to assist a wide range of clients in maintaining abstinence. The program provides a safe environment in which they are encouraged to learn new skills to manage and cope with cravings and stress. Following, if required, a supervised detoxification and withdrawal, we adopt motivational interviewing and relapse prevention models of treatment in the inpatient setting.
Ongoing treatment in the Day Program setting is encouraged where we assist clients in developing a deeper understanding of the link between their substance abuse and their health, primary relationships and other life issues.