Driven by innovation and excellence, our multidisciplinary team of health professionals, wellness facilitators, therapists and industry-leading practitioners each offer unique professionalism, experience and knowledge.
While our people are diverse in expertise, they’re united in an unwavering commitment to a dual-personalisation. It’s an approach that ensures every rehabilitation program is created to target the presenting circumstances of each person, before being tailored to reflect your lifestyle, values and goals. The result is an experience that acknowledges and responds to the needs of every guest – today and into the future.
Our distinctive blend of evidence-based psychological therapies combined with complementary physical and mental health treatments are constantly researched by our clinical team, ensuring that even alternative categories of treatment modalities, methods and measures are scientifically formulated and personally applied with natural results. With the sensitivities and complexities associated with any individual treatment program, our integrated mental and physical rehabilitation model is designed to provide the most clinically holistic therapies, practices and support for sustained health results.
Addiction is a different challenge for every individual. A personalised drug, alcohol or combined drug and alcohol treatment program that acknowledges your unique experiences and responds to your ingrained behaviours will be your best hope in recovery.
Returning from service duties presents challenges unique to veterans, spouses and families. With a regimented and empathetic program, Hope in Health prioritises treatment that connects ex-servicepeople with enduring PTSD, addiction and co-occurring management practices. As you build the confidence to reintegrate into everyday life, we’ll offer unwavering support through all DVA processes and again when you head home.
A dedicated and empowered workforce is key to any successful business. When professionals struggle to maintain positive mental health, navigate distractions and overcome coping mechanisms, it can hurt your company morale and bottom line. Hope in Health gives you the support to realign your workforce and keep everyone on track, helping avoid the likelihood of serious consequences.
For teams ready to perform at their peak, they need players at the top of their game. Our experienced team offers the bridge of trust, understanding and support that sporting clubs and player associations need to help their best players realise priorities, overcome addictions and reignite their passion.
As the international standard that specifies requirements for quality management systems (QMS), Hope In Health complies with ISO 9001 to organise rehabilitation processes, improve the efficiency of rehabilitation treatments, and continually improve treatment programs through outcome measures. Hope In Health uses the quality standard to provide consistent rehabilitation treatment and support services that meet client, family, clinician and regulatory requirements, 24/7.
As the Asia Pacific’s leading multidisciplinary organisation for professionals involved in the alcohol and other drug field, the Hope In Health rehabilitation team are all members of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs (APSAD). Dedicated to increasing the profile of the issues related to the use of alcohol and other drugs, Hope In Health’s APSAD membership ensures our rehabilitation team have full access to the latest and most relevant research and information from the wide range of professions involved in the AOD field. In addition, our nurses are all members of the Drug and Alcohol Nurses of Australasia (DANA), which is the peak nursing organisation in Australasia. Providing Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) leadership to our nurses, Hope In Health’s rehabilitation team leverages DANA to gain access to professional development, education, mentoring and support, providing the best available evidence into ATOD-related interventions, and other issues relevant to this field.
All relevant treatment staff are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra), which is the national organisation responsible for implementing the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme across Australia. All of Hope In Health’s Ahpra-registered practitioners are fully-equipped to practise their profession with the relevant skills and qualifications, providing safe care to all clients going through detox, withdrawal and rehabilitation treatment. As members of the National Wellness Institute, the Hope In Health team participate in NWI courses, events, webinars, and forums and stay abreast of latest trends, research, and evidence-informed best practices.
Hope In Health follows the Code of Ethics for Australian Alcohol and Other Drug, the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics, the Code of Ethics for Nurses, Guidelines for the Treatment of Alcohol Problems, Guidelines on the Management of Co-Occurring AOD, Clinicians Guide to the Management of Cannabis Use Disorder and Related Issues, the NSW Drug and Alcohol Treatment Guidelines for Residential Settings and NSW Health Clinical Care Standards for Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment. Collectively, these Guidelines and Codes detail foundational elements of care, support clinical decision-making and complement other sources of information that guide the delivery of high-quality and safe treatment.