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Rural Residential Rehabilitation Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drugs Services

The Rural Residential Rehabilitation Adolescent Alcohol and Other Drugs Services in Dubbo and Coffs Harbour provide:

  • ​A 24 hour staffed intensive residential rehabilitation program to young people to address their alcohol and other drug use and their offending behaviour.
  • A stable and secure environment where young people are assisted to manage problematic behaviours, improve their life skills and interpersonal skills, learn alternative habits to develop personal resilience and confidence, build social networks and reintegrate into the community.
  • The X Roads AOD Intervention Program. 

Target group:

  • Young people (both male and female) 13 to 18 years old who are clients of Youth Justice and who have a history of significant alcohol and other drug use offending behaviour.
  • Young people who have a dual diagnosis, as well as young people on methadone, buprenorphine and/or other medically supervised medications.
Mission Australia was awarded the contract for supply of the services at both locations 1 July 2018 - 30 June 2022.