Cyrenian House is a not-for-profit non-government organisation that has been operating within the alcohol and other drug treatment sector since 1981. Cyrenian House has demonstrated an enduring capacity to deliver a professional and effective rehabilitative treatment service and is one of the leading alcohol and other drug treatment services in Western Australia.
We draw on a wide range of approaches including the Therapeutic Community Model, 12 Step recovery models, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Systems Theory, Psychodynamic Theory, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Social Learning Theory. A wide range of programs, both residential and non-residential, provide treatment options to suit individual needs.
This site has been designed to provide useful information about the services and programs we offer to individuals, families, students and professionals. Please feel free to contact us if you wish to find out more, or make an appointment. All discussion is strictly confidential.
Please click here to view a brochure outlining our services: cyrenian_house_brochure_2014_web
Acknowledgement of Country
Cyrenian House recognises the resilience and strength of Aboriginal People and acknowledges the oldest continuing culture in human history.
All Cyrenian House metropolitan premises are situated within the specific clan group, the Whadjuk people on Noongar Country. The word Noongar means ‘a person of the south-west of Western Australia’. Noongar is identified as a single language, but there are several ways of pronouncing it, which is reflected in the different spellings. The Noongar people are made up of fourteen clan groups with seven dialectic groups. The Whadjuk people are the clan group who belong to this area.
Cyrenian House would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we stand, the Noongar people. We pay our respect to the local elders and leaders both past and present.
Reconciliation Action Plan
The Cyrenian House Reconciliation Action Plan is a formal document that provides a way forward and acknowledges the gap in the health and well-being between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.