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Also known as residential rehabilitation, our Live-In Recovery programs provide a safe, supportive environment that inspires genuine and lasting change. Our professional and qualified teams capture best practice and deliver quality care with accessible and affordable treatment.

Continuous Care and Support

You can receive support from the moment you contact us, until you are fully settled back into the community. That’s because you can access other Lives Lived Well services before during and after your stay. We also work closely with other services in the areas of mental, oral, sexual and general health, Centrelink and legal support.

Before starting your rehabilitation program, you can see our counsellors and case-managers who can provide you with immediate help as well as assistance preparing for your stay.

Afterwards, we can offer you some transitional accommodation and ongoing counselling. We can also help connect you with education, childcare or employment services.

Queensland Services


Logan HouseLogan House

Chambers Flat, Logan. We offer a comprehensive recovery-oriented experience at Logan House, where you can undertake a specialist drug and alcohol treatment program. Read more…

Logan Family Recovery Units

Chambers Flat, Logan. Parents can bring their children to come and stay with them, while they undertake a specialist drug and alcohol treatment program. Our family recovery units are private and self-contained. Read more…

Mirikai residential accommodationMirikai

Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast. Mirikai is a long-standing specialist live-in residential alcohol and drug recovery program for people aged 18-35, part of a continuous package of care. Read more…

Binbi Yadubay “Healthy Beginnings”

Parkhurst, Rockhampton. This service is set on a tranquil site amongst the trees. It provides supported alcohol and other drug treatment and withdrawal support for adults, with family support units too. Read more

Shanty CreekShanty Creek

Mareeba, Far North QLD. Shanty Creek is an alcohol and drug live-in recovery centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, located at Mareeba, west of Cairns. Read more…


Caboolture. A new residential recovery centre near Brisbane, Wunya delivers a comprehensive treatment program for people experiencing problems with alcohol and drugs. Read more…

Transitional Housing

After completing a live-in recovery program, you can take the next step into our supported accommodation program. Read more…

New South Wales Services


Coffs Harbour Youth Residential Rehabilitation Program

A jetty stretching out into the oceanCoffs Harbour. This program offers support for people aged 13-18, who are in contact with the criminal justice system.
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Orange. Live-in recovery for women aged 18+ (children up to 12 years can stay with their mother). Help with substance dependence, mental health concerns, relationship issues, and parenting challenges. Read more…


Orange. Wyla is a 16-bed service, individual counselling, group sessions, drug & alcohol education, structured daily routines, aftercare support and more.
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Wollongong. A four to six week live-in drug and alcohol rehabilitation program with 24-hour support and supervision for the best chance for long-term recovery.
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Wollongong Transitional Housing

After completing our Watershed live-in recovery program, you can take the next step into our supported accommodation program. Read more…

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