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Palmerston Therapeutic Community (Kwinana, W.A)

Palmerston Therapeutic Community (Kwinana, W.A) offers a residential rehabilitation program designed for people wishing to address their substance issues. The T.C is a 10 acre semi-rural property located 30 minutes south of Perth and also contains a further transitional house for four residents at a time.

The Therapeutic Community provides a safe drug and alcohol free environment that offers residents the opportunity to make the positive changes they want to make in their life. This is accomplished through personal growth within a community of concerned people working together to help themselves and one another.

The aim of the program is to provide a safe environment, to encourage a sense of purpose in life and to foster a natural desire for personal growth, self-knowledge and self responsibility.

We believe this personal development enables residents to instigate and maintain the changes required to face the challenges of effective everyday living. Mindful of these goals, our program contains various components, including:

  • active involvement in the therapeutic community as the primary task
  • developing optimal mental and physical health and well-being
  • self-management skills and social skills training
  • vocational training
  • horticultural and gardening activities
  • counselling and group work
  • sport and recreational involvement
  • art and craft work

Maximum Number of Residents: 32

Age Range: 18 Years +

Payment: 80% of Centrelink Payment

Length of Stay: 3 Months to 1 year

Types of Treatment: Drugs/Alcohol

An additional 6 beds are held for Indigenous Australians

Palmerston Therapeutic Community (Kwinana, W.A)


 Opening Times:

Mon, Thur & Fri: 9.00am—4.30pm

Tue & Wed: 9.00am—8.00pm

134 Palmerston Street, Perth 6000

PO Box 80, Northbridge 6865

PH: (08) 9328 7355

FAX: (08) 92279158

Email: [email protected]


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3 thoughts on “Palmerston Therapeutic Community (Kwinana, W.A)”

  1. The aftercare program at this facility has been a lifesaver. I feel supported long after I have left the centre, and this has been a crucial aspect in maintaining my sobriety


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