At Lives Lived Well, we are passionate about the possibilities, for our employees as well as the people we support.
With our origins dating back to the 1970s, Lives Lived Well has a long and respected history of providing support for people impacted by alcohol and other drugs. We now also provide support for people with mental health and gambling concerns.
Currently, we employ around 400 people across 30 locations in Queensland and regional New South Wales. Our workforce reflects the diverse communities in which we work and brings respect, equality and cultural understanding to our workplace relationships.
We partner with the University of Queensland to use the latest research and evidence-informed practices to shape and guide our programs. Our people have the opportunity to learn and apply best practices and approaches in AOD treatment. They can enjoy rewarding careers through helping to bring about positive outcomes for their clients, their families and the broader community. This is often done while being part of a small and dedicated team, supported by a clinical and policy framework committed to providing a safe, effective and respectful workplace.
Lives Lived Well also places a strong emphasis on employee wellbeing, as we understand that while you take care of others, we need to take care of you.
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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.