HOW CAN WE HELP
Drugs or alcohol becoming a problem? Lives Lived Well provides a range of free services that can help.
Spread across Queensland, we offer free counselling, support, assessments and referrals, and also run three affordable residential rehabilitation programs. We also provide support for mental well being.
Call us 1300 727 957 or stay a bit longer on our website to browse for more details.
ALCOHOL & DRUG COUNSELLING
Our teams provide free and professional counselling to help people who are concerned about the role that alcohol and drugs play in their lives.
We take a holistic approach and work with you to identify and better understand your problems and to give you the tools to help set life goals and realise your life potential.
LIVE-IN AT LOGAN HOUSE
Logan House is an alcohol and drug residential program based at Chambers Flat within the tranquil surrounds of the Logan area.
We work with people, through individual and group counselling, to provide the tools for personal growth and positive change, all within a supportive community.
LIVE-IN AT MIRIKAI
Mirikai is an alcohol and drug residential program on the sunny Gold Coast, located at Burleigh Heads.
Our program helps young people to learn grow and realise their life potential, all within a supportive community.
LIVE-IN AT SHANTY CREEK
Shanty Creek is an alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation program located at Mareeba in Far North Queensland.
We welcome Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to have a yarn with us and stay within a supportive community to work towards positive change and a life of wellbeing.
We provide a range of free services including specific programs for young people and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, outreach, family support, support for dual diagnosis and complex needs, working with people who have been charged in relation to their drug or alcohol misuse and support for mental health.
Parents with young children will be better supported to access drug or alcohol rehabilitation with the building of Family Recovery Units set to go ahead at Logan House thanks to new funding.read more
To address the growing need for support for problem gamblers, Lives Lived Well is presenting a series of free workshops across Queensland.read more
Lives Lived Well acknowledges the peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, and upholds and respects their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.