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4 December, 2020 Lives Lived Well welcomes the news that early site works are now underway and that construction will soon commence on the new Rockhampton residential alcohol and drug recovery service at 607-701 Yaamba Road, Parkhurst. Lives Lived Well CEO Mitchell...
Watershed and Lives Lived Well today, Thursday 1 October 2020, celebrate an amicable union by way of a merger between the two not-for-profit organisations. The merger is aimed at strengthening services and continuing quality support to people and families impacted by alcohol or drugs.
headspace Upper Coomera is celebrating the opening of its doors, providing a vital new mental health service for young people aged 12-25 in the growing northern corridor. Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) has commissioned Lives Lived Well to run the centre.
Free alcohol and drug counselling for young people aged between 12 and 21 years in Rockhampton and surrounding communities, starts Monday 1 June through a new program funded by the State Government and delivered by Lives Lived Well.
Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) has announced that Lives Lived Well has been appointed to establish the new headspace for Upper Coomera, to provide mental health services to young people aged 12-25 in the local community.
Lives Lived Well has shifted its alcohol and drug and mental health support to telephone and online platforms in response to the COVID-19 virus and to help safeguard the health of clients, staff and their families.
Queenslanders in home quarantine as a result of COVID-19 will be able to access advice, information and support through the Queensland Government’s Community Recovery Hotline. Minister for Communities Coralee O’Rourke today (21 March) announced the hotline had been activated by the Palaszczuk Government to support people who have been advised to quarantine at home by a medical professional, Queensland Health or through government direction.
On Monday 9 March we officially launched Wunya, a new live-in alcohol and drug recovery centre in Caboolture. Lives Lived Well Chair, Damian Wright, and Federal Member for Longman, Terry Young, spoke at the launch.
Lives Lived Well acknowledges the peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, respecting their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Lives Lived Well celebrates diversity and is committed to providing inclusive services. Everyone has the right to live well, with dignity and respect. We offer support to all people without judgment or discrimination.