Adele is a 9 to 12 month residential alcohol & drug rehabilitation program for men aged over 18 years, who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
To provide holistic support centred on wellbeing and independent living in a safe and caring environment.
Support, recovery and independence for all those affected by addiction.
- Honesty – To be truthful and transparent in all our actions.
- Care – It is our responsibility to care for all with whom we come into contact.
- Respect – We show consideration for one another by recognising each other’s differences.
- Responsibility – We accept accountability for ourselves and the well-being of others.
Adele currently has three residential facilities, one based in Coffs Harbour (20 beds), the second at Bucca (10 beds) and the third in Werrington, Sydney (approximately 30 beds).
Adele also has access to a 95ha farm at Bucca, 20 minutes north-west of Coffs Harbour with a purpose-built training facility and development approval for a 40-bed residential facility and ancillary services.
Adele is a 3-stage alcohol and drug rehabilitation program
The duration of each stage is approximately 12 weeks; however this is determined by an individual’s progress and needs.
Stage 1 is the core residential rehabilitation program.
Coffs Harbour is a Stage 1 facility only. Upon completion of Stage 1 at Coffs Harbour, residents can transition to our facility in Bucca or Werrington.
Stage 3 is about establishing appropriate work routines in a supported environment, finding accommodation and preparing for the move back into the community.
Werrington has Stage 1, 2 and 3.