Cyrenian House was established in 1981 as a not-for-profit non-government organisation to deliver a professional, ethical and effective Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Treatment Service. Cyrenian House provides a continuum of care to people affected by AOD issues providing a range of treatment options in an endeavour to meet our individual consumer needs.
Cyrenian House keeps pace with emerging drug and alcohol trends and consumer needs and continually reviews, develops and implements programs designed to prevent and reduce drug-related harm to individuals and the community. The organisation has strong records of excellence in service delivery, including direct experience in delivering services to Aboriginal people and families impacted by substance use.
Cyrenian House is accredited under the Standard on Culturally Secure Practice and the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Association Standard for Therapeutic Communities and Residential Rehabilitation Services.
Accreditation seeks to assess the quality and care of the services we deliver against these quality standards and contributes to improved safety, quality, and continuous improvement of our services.