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Triple Care Farm

Mission Australia’s Triple Care Farm is a residential alcohol and other drugs (AOD) program. Triple Care Farm is located on 110 acres in the NSW Southern Highlands and accepts referrals from young people Australia wide.

Specialising in treating clients with co-morbid substance dependence and mental illness, the 18 bed program works with young people aged between 16 and 24 years. The treatment model is a 12 week holistic psychosocial rehabilitation program based on harm minimisation and health promotion. This 12 week program is followed up with 6 months community aftercare.

Triple Care Farm is an accredited health and community service provider through the Australian Council on Health Care Standards, Equip 5.

The program includes participation in the following integrated elements:

Triple Care Farm’s vision is to provide a safe place for change through the fulfilment of the following mission statement:

We aim to provide an AOD and Dual Diagnosis rehabilitation service of the highest quality which incorporates holistic, innovative, evidence-based responsive and safe programs in which young people can address the issues that are impacting on their ability to live an addiction-free life.

Funds to operate the program are raised from a number of sources including the Sir David Martin Foundation, the Department of Health (federal) and through the generous support of community and corporate partners and individual donors.

How you can help

Please donate to help young people overcome challenges like addiction and mental health issues and lead meaningful and independent lives.

For partnership enquiries please email 

Accessing Triple Care Farm

Please complete the referral form & risk assesment below and the Triple Care Farm team will be in touch.

Triple Care Farm referral form
AOD Rehabilitation Program 2C - Risk Assessment
Contact Information

Address NSW
Phone 02 4885 1265

Operating Hours

24 hours, 7 days a week