Government of Western Australia Drug and Alcohol Office

Cyrenian House

Cyrenian House is a not-for-profit non-government organisation that provides a wide range of programs, both residential and non-residential, for people with drug and alcohol problems.

Residential Program

The organisation's residential program is for a minimum of 12 weeks with the average stay being 6 - 12 months.

Set in a therapeutic community environment, the program includes:

  • education groups
  • counselling
  • therapeutic group work
  • art activities
  • recreation activities
  • community responsibilities.

Non-residential services

The organisation's non-residential services include:

  • a voluntary program for people seeking treatment for difficulties associated with their drug or alcohol use use, and any other compulsive behaviour
  • a family program to promote awareness, improve communication and encourage positive relationships within families affected by drug or alcohol use
  • a conditional program for people seeking treatment for their drug or alcohol use as a result of contact with the courts, employers, Department of Correctives Services and Department of Child Protection.

Phone: 08 9328 9200
Email: enquiry@cyrenianhouse.com
Web: www.cyrenianhouse.com

Last updated on 23 December 2010