In 2020, a new state-of-the-art drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility was officially opened by the PAYCE Foundation in partnership with the NSW Government.

Its vision is support, recovery and independence for all those affected by addiction.

Today, the facility is owned by the PAYCE Foundation and operated by The Salvation Army providing residential rehabilitation for men who have an addiction to alcohol and other drugs.

Adele House is a major rehabilitation service provider to the Drug Court of NSW – a specialist court that provides an alternative to prison of eligible participants.

The Salvation Army program has a focus on physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing and aims to provide residents with the skills to live an independent life through employment and private accommodation.

Contributes $2m per annum to Coffs Harbour Economy

Blueberries and Blackberries sold via Woolworths, Coles and Harris Farm

Blueberries distributed via Driscolls Organic Brand

Social Enterprise provides work and skills training for clients

AUS-QUAL Organic Certification (Blueberries)

Sedex Accredited – Ethical and Sustainable Supply Chain and Labour Management

Freshcare/HARPS Accredited – Retail Quality and Food Quality Assurance Scheme

Social Traders Australia Accredited