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Lives Lived Well is pleased to announce expanded alcohol and drug services to the region of the Darling Downs.read more
More alcohol and drug support is now on offer in Central Queensland with expanded Lives Lived Well services now being delivered in Gladstone and Rockhampton.read more
Lives Lived Well has been featured in an article written by The Northern Miner, the local newspaper of Charters Towers. Lives Lived Well’s Far North Queensland manager Rachael Ham commented in the article that there is a rising number of young people with issues around early psychosis resulting from the use of methamphetamines, particularly ICE. Currently Lives Lived Well provides face-to-face counselling in Charters Towers every Tuesday at Prospect Community Services.read more
Lives Lived Well support service sees an increase in demand for help for people and families impacted by ICE use in the Charters Towers region.read more
There’s no quick-fix to overcome alcohol and drug problems, but a new short-term rehabilitation program at Mirikai on the Gold Coast is proving that intensive treatment offered in a supportive environment does help.read more
People can find a healthier way to cope through a new group counselling program being offered in Brisbane’s north, called Life Back.read more
A new drug and alcohol treatment centre in Brisbane South will provide flexible support for people in Beenleigh and Beaudesert that want to overcome substance misuse and to break the cycle of alcohol and drug dependence.read more
Lives Lived Well has launched a hub of alcohol and drug support services across Brisbane’s northern suburbs, providing more free and professional specialist health support to the Moreton Bay Region.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.