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We welcome your application to be admitted to Jarrah House.

Please note that you can exit this page at any time and the details you have entered will be saved.  If you have given your contact details we will get back in touch with you within two weeks.

All women seeking admission to Jarrah House will firstly need to answer some assessment questions, as below.  This will then be followed up with a telephone conversation with a Jarrah House member of staff.

If you have any difficulty answering any of the below questions please call us on 02 8346 8712, preferably between 9.00am and 12:30pm Wednesday through Friday.  There is an answering service so we can get back to you if you call at other times.

You may also find it helpful to look over our Questions and Answers page which may provide you with an answer to any initial query you may have.  Our comprehensive Q&A page can be found here or from the menu link.

Your honesty is important and your answers will help us to plan the best treatment options with and for you.

Before you start, our Privacy Policy tells you how we will use your information.  Please view it here.

We’ll keep your information private as far as possible, however, in accordance with state and federal legislation, it may become necessary that we disclose certain information to health providers and government departments for the wellbeing of you and your children.

Jarrah House Admissions Form

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Current address

Support person or service (who may be contacted if you are uncontactable)

Medical

Source of income

Previous admissions

Language support

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander

Cultural requirements

Other

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The Women’s Alcohol and Drug Advisory Centre acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of First Nations peoples.

We proudly acknowledge that we work on the land of the Bidjigal peoples who traditionally occupied the Sydney coast.

We are a Registered Charity and accredited under the Australian Service Excellence Standard.  Our service is founded on compassion.

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