A comprehensive 30-90 day residential rehab based on current research and extensive experience. Private hospital detox, health insurance claimable. Safe and discrete. No waiting list.
Free support for families. Information, education and counselling available. We support you to support your loved one to get help.
Effective, evidence-based outpatient program for families of adolescent addicts. Delivered by experienced, qualified specialists.
Do you know someone suffering from addiction who is unable or unwilling to get the help they need? Our intervention service can help.
Wellington St House offers counselling, recovery coaching and an extensive 10-day outpatient program based on international best practice.
Got legal issues? In custody? Looking for bail options? We offer onsite forensic assessments, comprehensive reports, and clinician court appearances.
We see families as part of the solution. We know how to help because we have been where you are.
Get your questions answered and find out what to expect when your family member is in rehab.
We will help you understand addiction, teach you strategies to cope, support you to support your loved one to seek help, and teach you how to support your loved one during and post-treatment.
A family program for parents of adolescent addicts (12-25 years old). Get the support you need, learn about addiction and discover how to help.
By engaging in our intervention program, you don’t need to wait until your loved one has lost everything to get them the help they need.
Qualified and highly experienced therapists can support you to repair relationships and take control of your life despite the addict’s life choices.
With so many private rehabs out there, there’s some questions that must be asked to ensure you are getting effective treatment and value for money with no hidden costs.
Here’s some to get you started or, download the full checklist.
When I came into Arrow I was fragile, broken and felt like I was beaten by my addiction. I’d lost all hope and burnt a lot of bridges. I walked out of my assessment and felt like I had a chance. From my first day of treatment, the staff were great. They made it easier. I learnt a lot and now, 6 months later, I feel like a new man.
After years of ‘keeping up appearances’, I came to Arrow Health because I’d tried everything and couldn’t stay clean. My approach wasn’t working. I was broken. Years of using had left me lonely and disconnected. Being at Arrow Health was the first time I felt like I belonged in a very long time. There’s no miracle cures or quick fixes, but in terms of learning some core skills and starting the journey to recovery, I couldn’t have asked for a better place than Arrow Health.
Over the past few years, two people in my family were using drugs and their addictions were tearing our family apart. When all seemed lost, we came to Arrow Health for family counselling. Our counsellor’s ability to recognise the effects addiction had placed on both the individuals and the family was unbelievable. Her insight was eye-opening and very comforting. We were guided through rebuilding the family structure that had imploded and was given tools to move forward. We strongly recommend Arrow Health to any family facing the effects of addiction.
Arrow helped me to regain my life even when I thought I was out of options. I was kicked out for breaking the rules, but after re-engaging and concentrating on the program they helped me to see what drugs really did to me and how it affected my family. I will always be grateful!!!!
Arrow didn’t care that I was in custody when my wife first approached them. They told us that it didn’t matter how I came to rehab, as long as I got there. And it was the support and structure provided by the Arrow program that directed me onto my path of recovery. Doing the Arrow program taught me a lot about the disease of addiction and everything that comes with it. Arrow introduced me to group therapy and counselling. I have learned to prioritise my recovery every day. I have been able to reconnect with my family and develop new friendship groups with people that are supportive and experiencing the same things as me. I am 6 months clean and most importantly have the tools in place to manage my recovery and finally get my life back on track.