The Overcomers Place is a free* not-for-profit treatment centre for those overcoming any addiction.
In Australia someone dies every 90 mins of an alcohol-related illness (NDRI)
The devastating reality is that addiction often causes individuals to fall through the cracks of society.
This is preventable.
Group based treatment allows those suffering from addiction to understand that they are not alone.
This is essential for sustaining recovery.
“The opposite of addiction is not sobriety. The opposite of addiction is genuine, meaningful interactions and authentic connections and experiences with ourselves; each other; and the world around us”. Jennifer Nicolaisen
The Overcomers Place provides support within a safe environment.
*a one off payment is required for an initial assessment
The catastrophic ripple effect of addiction knows no bounds to the lives, families and communities we all live in.
Fortunately, your support also has a ripple effect
Our first cycle challenge is now complete and PayPal working again – thank you for all your support
The Overcomers Place wouldn’t exist without the incredible generosity of people like you. ALL DONATIONS will go directly towards saving the lives of people struggling with any addiction. We so appreciate your commitment to this unique service. THANK YOU. Interested in our Gingerbread event?…
You may not feel it in this moment but recovery is possible. The Overcomers Place is a caring, connected, community for those overcoming any addiction. Our Aim is to help YOU recover. It all starts with asking for help. The Overcomers Place is now open…
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