Three new regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation facilities in Corio, Traralgon and Wangaratta represent a significant $52m government investment in Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation throughout the state. This Victorian Health Building Authority initiative now provides an additional 900 regional Victorians with life changing support, education, and assistance every year in a therapeutic environment, closer to home. Having these new residential rehabilitation beds will also help to to meet increased and relieve pressure on other health services.
The Sensum Project Team provided VHBA Management with both front-end advisory and delivery phase superintendent PM Services. Designed by Vincent Chrisp Architects and Services Consultant WSP, the extended consultant team also including Altus Group and PLP have done a fantastic job bringing this project to life.
The new facility is operated by Windana Drug & Alcohol Recovery Limited and has been thoughtfully designed to provide a homely, structured environment with state-of-the-art facilities.
“Sensum are proud to be involved in the delivery of this project that is critically important to the local communities and part of the State Governments wide-ranging reforms”. – Paul Thompson, Health Sector Lead
The Regional alcohol and drug residential rehabilitation services – Stage 2 and 3 project will deliver:
Completion photos: Kane Jarrod Photography