When parents have concerns with drugs or alcohol, it can be tough to find support
At Logan Family Recovery, parents are welcome to come and stay with their young children and participate in a residential treatment program within a quiet, rural setting. Our specialist team includes drug and alcohol and family counsellors, a treatment facilitator, a registered nurse and other allied health professionals.
We will work with you to reduce the harms associated with alcohol and drug use and help support positive change for you and your family.
Photos are of the Logan House Family Recovery Units located at the front of property (please note: residents staying at Logan House for rehabilitation treatment are located in different accommodation at the rear of the site).
The Logan Family Recovery live-in program is delivered over a three-month period, in six-week cycles. The program will provide:
- specialist support to help take the stress out of entering and leaving the program
- alcohol and drug counselling, using the latest research in recovery treatment
- a safe, drug, alcohol and smoking-free environment, with nicotine replacement therapy offered
- parenting and relationship support
- a focus on health and wellness including support around food and nutrition.
Who can stay?
The program supports parents with children under the age of 10. Units can accommodate parents with two children, though families with three children can be considered on a needs’ basis.
Before entering our units, families will be able to access free support to help them get ready for residential treatment.
Families will be welcomed and settled in. Parents will meet their treatment facilitator who will seek to understand their needs and treatment goals and will work with them throughout their program in recovery. Children will be provided appropriate supervised care and will have access to play equipment.
Families will be provided with free support to help with a smooth transition back into the community after completing the program, including access to ongoing free community counselling.
Our friendly and professional team has a wide range of life experience and qualifications and is made up of an alcohol and drug senior practitioner, two treatment facilitators and specialist support workers. The service will be supported 24/7 with an overnight support worker available. Parents will also benefit from the skills and experience on site at Logan House.
We can help parents access Centrelink and other government, professional and medical services if required.
How much does it cost?
Each adult resident pays an admission fee which covers your first two weeks stay. From there, you will need to pay some money towards the remainder of your stay, usually a portion of your Centrelink payment (if applicable). The amount depends on the benefit/payment you receive.
Logan Family Recovery is located on the same site as Logan House, a long standing alcohol and drug rehabilitation centre, which provides support to the family program. Logan House is situated midway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast at 75 Kirk Road, Chambers Flat.
Admission and referrals
You don’t need a GP referral. You can self-refer through our website here. If you have limited access to the internet or would prefer to speak to us to request a referral, please phone the Contact Team on 1300 727 957.
We also accept online provider referrals from other health professionals, health services, and community and government organisations. They can also fax referrals to 07 5546 8223.
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