Rendu House provides a non-residential alcohol and other drug (AOD) program for people seeking treatment for AOD dependence or misuse.
Rendu House offers three programs delivered as part of a drug health day program or as part of community-based service delivery for people within the South Western Sydney region.
Rendu House is committed to providing high quality, innovative and flexible treatment responses underpinned by evidence-based practice, client centred case management and trauma-informed practice.
Rendu House accepts couples, individuals on opioid replacement therapy, and individuals with co-occurring AOD and mental health concerns.
This is our core service at Rendu House and focuses on harm minimisation and relapse prevention. It is run for 12 weeks, across 3 stages:
The Day Program modules are based on the Uniting Care Re-Gen Catalyst Model. The Catalyst Program is a structured non-residential AOD rehabilitation program incorporating a range of activities, including group work, individual case management and recreations. The modules consist of:
Provides individual community outreach case management and drug and alcohol treatment for clients at locations across South Western Sydney. Services include:
Supports individuals with co-occurring mental health concerns, long histories with the criminal justice system, complex trauma and drug and alcohol misuse. Individual case management provides additional support for clients to access Rendu House drug and alcohol services and links with mental health support and other specialist services.