Cyrenian House is a not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug (AOD) sector since 1981. As one of the leading AOD treatment services in WA, we have consistently demonstrated our capacity to deliver professional and effective treatment services.
We draw on a wide range of approaches including the Therapeutic Community Model, 12 Step recovery models, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Systems Theory, Psychodynamic Theory, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Social Learning Theory. A wide range of programs, both residential and non-residential, provide treatment options to suit individual needs.
The organisation has a strong record of excellence in service delivery and quality improvement, including direct experience in delivering culturally secure services to Aboriginal individuals and families impacted by substance use.
The Cyrenian House has two Therapeutic Communities located both north and south of Perth.
The Rick Hammersley Centre TC, is located approximately 30 mins north of Perth, on 32 acres of natural bushland and comprises two programs: The Mixed Gender Program caters for up to 50 adults with a balance of male and female residents. Six priority beds are held for Aboriginal people seeking residential treatment. • The Saranna Program offers treatment to mothers with young dependent children. These families form an integral part of the TC living in self-contained cottages and engaging in a daily program of recovery which facilitates family re-unification and strengthening.
Serenity Lodge TC is located approximately 45 minutes from Perth and has been providing treatment services to the Western Australian community since 1977.Serenity Lodge TC offers a four-stage residential Therapeutic Community program to assist people affected by alcohol and other drug use problems. Serenity Lodge caters for male and female residents over the age of 18 years of age and has a bed capacity of 34.
Cyrenian House also operates a non-residential service and an integrated Community Drug Service which offer assessment and referral, adult, youth and family counselling, group programs, diversion programs, shared care, withdrawal services, clinical psychology, medical assessment and review, pharmacotherapy and community education.