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    Grow mental wellness programs

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    Grow is a community-based organisation that has helped tens of thousands of Australians recover from mental illness through a unique program of mutual support and personal development.

    Grow Groups meet weekly and vary in size from three to ten members, and are run by seasoned ‘Growers’ who have taken a voluntary leadership role within the Group. To find a meeting close to you, see: https://www.grow.org.au/nsw/

    Grow offers programs for young people, prison service and carer service.

    Grow also operates a Residential Rehabilitation program which has been successfully providing a structured rehabilitation service for people with coexisting drug, alcohol and mental health issues for over 30 years. The residential service currently caters for up to 17 adults and is located on a rural farm setting in Hoxton Park N.S.W.

    In addition to the Residential Rehabilitation program, Grow also operates supported accommodation for people with a mental illness in NSW providing a transition from the Residential Rehabilitation Program for up to 17 people.

    Phone Number

    1800558268

    Phone Number/s

    Email/s

    nsw@grow.org.au

    community@grow.org.au

    Operating Hours

    Grow NSW: Monday - Friday - 8.30am-4.30pm

    Ways to make a referral

    Phone/E-mail or online submission or interest (for the Residential Rehabilitation program)

    Referral Process

    Submit your interest in the Residential Rehabilitation program by clicking HERE and completing a submission of interest.

    Address

    Twenty Fourth Avenue, West Hoxton, New South Wales, Australia

    Categories
    • Mental Health Services
    • Residential Programs
    • Social Groups and Social Connections
    • Young People

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