COVID-19 Response – We’re still here for you
On Tuesday 24 March 2020, we shifted to providing telephone and online counselling and support, temporarily ceasing face-to-face sessions. This is for all our programs including individual and group support. To make a telephone or online appointment, get in touch with your current case manager or counsellor. If you are a new client, give us a call or fill out the referral form by clicking on “Enquire Now” in above menu options.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the people and their land that we connect with…
We work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to help them overcome drug and alcohol problems and bring about a sense of wellbeing.
We support families and friends.
We bring cultural understanding and respect to our counselling services.
We also provide yarning and a range of other supports.
Our friendly staff will talk to you about how we can best help out.
To find out what services we offer in Queensland, click here.
Drug & Alcohol Network
Lives Lived Well works in partnership with the Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporation Health Service to deliver the Drug and Alcohol Network program. This is a workforce development program which supports workers and general practitioners in Aboriginal Medical Services who are involved in drug and alcohol service delivery. Read more…
Mudjilali Men’s Group
The Mudjilali Men’s Group project collaborates with partner agencies and elders to run Aboriginal men’s groups across the lower south coast of New South Wales in Eden, Wallaga Lake and Bega. Read more…
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.
The images used in this website are stock images of persons used for illustrative purposes only and do not, expressely or impliedly, portray persons with drug or alcohol problems.