We’re still here for you – COVID-19 Response
Our NSW live-in recovery sites are now planning to reopen. Elouera will reopen on Monday 18 May and Wyla will reopen on Monday 25 May. Social distancing and infection control supports will be in place. Inquiries now welcome for both these live-in programs.
We walk alongside you, listening with respect, curiosity and acceptance.
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.
See what Live-In Recovery programs we offer for Queensland here.
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.
Wyla Withdrawal Unit
Taking the first step can be difficult, but our friendly team is here to help. We offer voluntary medical detoxification for adults, a safe environment, 24-hour support, and a qualified team to help you. Read more…
Wyla Residential Rehabilitation
After detox, you are welcome to complete our holistic alcohol and drug residential treatment program. An average stay is about 3 months and provides a 16-bed service, individual counselling, group sessions, drug & alcohol education, structured daily routines, aftercare support, and more. Read more…
We provide a live-in drug and alcohol rehabilitation program for women aged 18+ (children up to 12 years can stay with their mother). Our program can help you with reducing your dependence on drugs and alcohol, mental health concerns, relationship issues, and the challenges of parenting. 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.