Freeman House - Armidale

Service Description

Provides both residential and community based programs for adults who are experiencing homelessness and/or addiction. This includes residential rehab, access to services in the community and support for people who are homeless, through case management, counselling and early interventions. There is a 3-12 month drug and alcohol residential rehabilitation service. Compulsory programs in the program include case management, individual and group counselling, and other therapeutic programs and activities. Available to people 18 years and older, dual diagnosis, people exiting custody, and Aboriginals wishing to remain in their local area.

Hours of Operation

Daily, 24 hours (Residential), Office hours Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm


Referral System

Phone assessment a pre-requisite, can be from any number of professionals or by self referral

Service Fees


Languages (other than English)

Interpreter Services Available

Disability Access

Yes. Lift, Wheelchair access, Ramp

Organisational Information

Area Served

Hunter New England LHD

Parent Organisation

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Other Information

Volunteering Opportunities


Last Updated: 15 November 2023