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Adele House Salvation Army- Male Only (Coffs Harbour, N.S.W)

Salvation Army, Adele House – Male Only (Coffs Harbour, N.S.W.) is a 40-bed facility located at Bucca. 27 kms. North-West of Coffs Harbour. Adele provides Residential Rehabilitation for men, over 18 y.o., who wish to address their substance use.

Our Program provides:

  • Structured Support Groups

o   Communication skills

o   Build self esteem

o   Conflict resolution

o   Emotional regulation

o   Relapse prevention

o   Healthy relationships

o   Time Management

  • Individual Case Management

o   Goal setting

o   Manage external appointments

o   Court Reports

o   Communication skills

o   Discharge planning

  • Develop independent living skills and work skills
  • Physical fitness and exercise classes
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • An aftercare program for graduates

Maximum Number of Residents: 40 

Age Range : 18 Years +

Approximate Payment: 80% of Centrelink

Length of Stay: 4 Months 

Types of Treatment: Alcohol/Drugs

Adele House ltd- Male Only


PO Box 9028

Moonee Beach,

NSW, 2450

P: 1300 286 693

E: [email protected]


6 thoughts on “Adele House Salvation Army- Male Only (Coffs Harbour, N.S.W)”

  1. Thank god for this place, totally changed my life for the better. When i arrived a few years ago now, I was a completely broken man, now I can honestly say, my life has turned a full 360 and i cant thank you guys enough for the incredible and professional support you provided me.

  2. This is a fantastic program with caring staff. I have been clean and sober for over 4 years since I completed this program and although I haven’t exactly gotten my life 100% back on track, its 1000 times better than what it used to be. I can recommend this course to anyone bloke out there that is currently struggling with addiction. There is definitely another way and I feel I am on a positive path today and Adele played a huge part of my journey, along with lots of help from family and friends.

  3. I am glad to so many people actually writing about their positive experiences at this place. I got clean here a long time ago, and it has changed my life for the better. Recovery is not a picnic but I finally stopped being so hard on myself and took responsibility for my past behaviour. Getting clean is only the beginning of recovery and I think many people have it the wrong way around.

  4. The outdoor activities and nature therapy were my favourite part of the program. Being able to connect with nature really helped me heal.


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