Hope Restart is underway

Turning the first sod are Gippsland MHR Darren Chester, Hope Restart Centre executive board member Peter Down and Loy Yang B general manager Tony Hicks. The federal government is contributing $3 million to build the Hope Restart Centre, while Loy Yang B made a donation toward the construction and initial running costs.
Turning the first sod are Gippsland MHR Darren Chester, Hope Restart Centre executive board member Peter Down and Loy Yang B general manager Tony Hicks. The federal government is contributing $3 million to build the Hope Restart Centre, while Loy Yang B made a donation toward the construction and initial running costs.

NEW rehabilitation services to break the cycle of addiction will soon be available in Gippsland, with the official sod turning of the Hope Restart Centre, near Bairnsdale.

The centre will provide vital services and support for patients and their families dealing with drug and alcohol addiction.

It will include 29 double rooms, courtyards, group-training rooms, a recreation room and a dining room, making it fully equipped to support people seeking treatment and their families.

The project is jointly funded by the federal government, Odyssey House Victoria, Hope Restart Centre Incorporated and private donors.

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