Rainbow Lodge is a residential support program for men to transition back into the community following a period of incarceration, with a focus on healing from trauma. We work through intensive case management that runs alongside our daily groups. Clients are supported by weekly access to a psychologist.
First Nations clients have access to cultural programs and specialist staff to support them to heal in a culturally appropriate way. This also allows for reconciliation through education for non-First Nations clients.
- 12 week supported accommodation, with 24/7 support staff
- Relapse prevention
- Intensive case management including access to:
- Mental health assessments and support
- Dental and medical assessments and support
- A personalised case plan that focuses on addressing
individual needs and goals
- Group education including:
- AOD Group: understand addiction, gain the skills and
knowledge needed to make informed decisions
- Living Skills: learn skills for budgeting, time-management,
self-advocacy, and so on
- Men's Group: have the space to hold informed & reflective
discussions on issues that impact you & your peers
- Art therapy, Gym group and Writing group
- Cultural programs and outings
- Aftercare program including tenancy support
The Judge Rainbow Memorial Fund
Rainbow Lodge acknowledges the traditional custodians of the unceded land which our house stands, the Gadigal and Bidjigal people of the Eora Nation.
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