Missiondale (Evandale, TAS)

Missiondale (Evandale, TAS)

Missiondale (Evandale, TAS) is a residential recovery program offering an alternative for those wanting to make positive changes in their lives. It’s all about change. The program looks at all areas of a person’s life: – Physical, Emotional, Social, Intellectual, Financial and Spiritual.

As a resident you are provided with a safe environment to explore the possibilities for your future. You will be given all the support to do this, but you have to be willing to embrace the change, to take off the old thinking, attitudes and behaviour patterns.

Missiondale is a place where you will be helped to change your life! It is about change, if you’re not ready to change, this is the wrong place for you. We want you to embrace a process of personal exploration and lasting recovery.

During the Foundation program the emphasis is on digging down deep and breaking up the hard ground. You will need to address the “unseen” issues in your life – wrong choices, behaviours and attitudes which influence how you see yourself today. This stage forms the foundation you will need to establish a solid base for you to begin rebuilding your life.

 

Maximum Number of Residents: 20

Age Range : 18 Years +

Approximate Payment: 80% Of Centrelink

Length of Stay: One Year +

Types of Treatment: Alcohol/Drugs/Gambling

Missiondale (Evandale, TAS)

CONTACT:

75 Leighlands Road,

Evandale 7212

M: 0448 316 998

P: (03) 6391 8013

F: (03) 6391 8255

E: [email protected]

W: www.citymission.org.au/drug-alcohol

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4 thoughts on “Missiondale (Evandale, TAS)”

  1. I broke my leg in this rehab, then they kicked me out because I couldn’t participate in work therapy. I gave up a job and a unot to come here and ended up living in a tent with a broken leg.

    Then to add insult to injury, they lied about it to every welfare agency I want to making it impossible to get help. They didn’t want to admit liability in case I took legal action.

    These people call themselves Christians, well, they’re going to have a lot to answer for when they meet their maker.

    1. that is so sad 🙁 i hope you have been able to find your way through recovery yourself and managed to get well. don’t ever give up, you can do it 🙂

  2. Jack in the box.

    I participated in the full eight months program at missiondale.I arrived broken but fortunately with the full support of my amazing family. I am 4years later sober and remain in awe of this wonderful organisation!!!.Thankyou all from the bottom of my heart you helped save my life and I,m sure the lives of many others.

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