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Freeman House

 

Overview

Freeman House is a service that supports adults experiencing homelessness and/or addiction. It offers both residential and community based programs including:

The service also aims to connect individuals experiencing drug and alcohol addiction to the services that exist for them in their local community. It is open to all adults, 18 or over, experiencing homelessness and/or drug and alcohol dependency. Clients are accepted from all over New South Wales for the residential rehabilitation service and community support clients come from the local New England area. The program is particularly useful for Aboriginal people who wish to remain in their local area.

Abstract adapted from St Vincent de Paul Society

Contacts

Freeman House
1 Crescent Street
Armidale NSW 2350
Ph: (02) 6776 8117
Fax: (02) 6772 2169
Email: vinnies@vinnies.org.au

 

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Last updated: 22 June 2017
 
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