Hills and Ranges Private is Sydney’s preferred Drug and Alcohol rehab. Located in the picturesque Dandenong Ranges, and offers the most successful recovery program of any Sydney rehab.
With a balanced approach combining clinical and therapeutic therapies, we have the answers to reignite your passion for life, and build a stronger future.
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If you’re looking for specialised, luxury rehabilitation, we are here for you. At Hills and Ranges Private, our holistic treatment programs will help you break free from substance abuse, and reintroduce meaning and purpose into your life. Book a call with our team today to learn how we can help you or your loved one overcome addiction, and take the first steps towards a new life.
Nation-wide, Hills & Ranges Private has produced a leading success rate of recovered clients. Our proven 5I recovery process focuses on globally recognised principles of abstinence and harnesses the power of physical activity to treat a range of addictions and mental health conditions, ranging from mild to severe. Along with our 5i curriculum, our team (including doctors, nurses, counsellors, and facilitators) develop tailored services and treatment programs designed to meet the specific challenges and goals of individual clients.
For clients looking for drug rehabilitation centres in NSW and private rehab in Sydney, we offer a lush, tranquil alternative setting in Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges. Surrounded by volcanic hills and the world’s tallest flowering trees, our Melbourne-based rehabilitation centers offer scenic backdrops like no other. Start your journey to recovery immersed in the spellbinding beauty of Victoria’s spectacular rainforests.
We offer private jet transfers and a fully confidential concierge service, a first in our industry.
As a client, you’ll receive unparalleled support from our team of doctors, nurses, counsellors and facilitators as you complete our proven 5i Curriculum for addiction recovery. You’ll also have access to in-house nutrition specialists, personal trainers, art therapists and more.
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Alcoholism or alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a chronic and progressive disease that can have devastating consequences on an individual’s physical and psychological health, as well as their relationships, career, and independence. Individuals with AUD regularly drink to excess, are unable to control the amount they drink, and experience withdrawal symptoms when they refrain from drinking for a period of time. We provide alcohol rehab for individuals with mild to severe AUD. Alcohol addiction treatment may include medically-supervised alcohol detox and medications to ease withdrawal symptoms, along with counselling.
Gambling addiction, also known as compulsive gambling or gambling disorder, is an impulse-control disorder. Individuals who struggle with this addiction tend to be preoccupied with gambling and lack the ability to control their urge to gamble, despite its negative consequences on their relationships, career, and finances. We help compulsive gamblers learn to recognise their triggers, resist their cravings, and find healthy alternatives to gambling.
Drug addictions are characterised by the compulsive misuse of legal or illegal substances. The drug rehabilitation services we offer include medication and therapy. Medications may be used to help manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings, while therapy can help individuals understand and address the underlying factors that contributed to the development of their addiction.
Methamphetamine (commonly referred to as ‘meth’) and heroin are both highly addictive drugs that can cause devastating physical and psychological harm to users. Meth is a powerful stimulant that can have long-lasting effects on brain chemistry, while heroin is an opioid that produces a sense of euphoria. Treatment for addiction to these drugs often involves medication to manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings, and therapy to treat underlying psychological and behavioural issues.
Ice, also known as crystal methamphetamine, is a dangerous form of methamphetamine. A powerful central nervous system stimulant, this drug can have long-lasting effects on the brain. Like other substance addictions, treatment for ice addiction is implemented through medications and therapy.
Cocaine is a highly addictive central nervous system stimulant that is commonly used for its ability to produce a feeling of euphoria and exuberance. Chronic use of cocaine can lead to changes in the brain’s reward system, making it difficult for users to experience pleasure without using the drug. Treatment for cocaine addiction involves the use of medication to manage withdrawal symptoms, and therapy to identify and manage underlying psychological and behavioural issues.
Anxiety and depression are common mental health conditions that can have detrimental effects on mood, thoughts, and behaviour. Anxiety is characterised by chronic worry, fear, and unease, while depression is characterised by feelings of sadness, low self-worth, lack of motivation, and hopelessness. Individuals who suffer from anxiety commonly experience depression, and vice versa. Counselling is a highly effective treatment strategy for anxiety and depression, and in some cases, may be accompanied by the use of antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications to alleviate symptoms.
Aside from counselling and our 5I Recovery Treatment Program, the key difference of Hills & Ranges Private is that we incorporate a healthy balance of clinical and therapeutic treatments.
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Updated August 2021
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To meet your expectations about privacy, HARP complies with the Australian Privacy Principles contained in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (‘Privacy Act’). A copy of the Australian Privacy Principles may be obtained from the website of the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner at https://www.oaic.gov.au/.
Should there be any inconsistency between this policy and the Privacy Act, this policy shall be interpreted to give effect to and comply with the Privacy Act.
This policy includes examples but is not intended to be restricted in its application to such examples. Where the word ‘including’ is used, it shall mean ‘including without limitation’.
What Personal Information do we Collect?
At all times we try to only collect the information we need for the particular function or activity we are carrying out.
The main way we collect personal information about you is when you give it to us, for example, we collect personal information including your name, address and telephone number.
We may also collect other identifying information, copies of your identity documents and images.
Whose Personal Information do we Collect?
We may collect personal information about you:
We only collect sensitive information (including health information) where it is reasonably necessary for, or directly relates to, us providing our services to you. We will only collect sensitive information with your consent or where required by law.
You understand and agree that providing sensitive information (including health information) is necessary to ensure our services are suitable for you and to tailor those services to you.
Where relevant, we may collect your:
How we use your Personal Information
We may use the personal information that we collect about you for such purposes including to:
Sharing of your Personal Information
We do not share your personal information, except as required to manage our business, deliver our services to you, or to comply with legal requirements, including:
Whenever we share your personal information, we take steps to ensure that these organisations and individuals are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal information.
We may share aggregated and non-personal information we collect about you with other organisations or individuals as part of our normal business operations, including advisors, suppliers and investors. In these instances, all personally identifiable information is removed from our data.
How we Protect your Personal Information
We take appropriate security measures (including physical, electronic and procedural measures) to help safeguard your personal information from unauthorised access and disclosure. For example, your personal information will be stored in a secure premises with physical access restrictions, secure databases, password protection and anti-virus software. However, no system can be completely secure. While we take all reasonable steps to secure your personal information, we do not promise that your personal information or communication with us will always remain secure. If there is a notifiable data breach, we will take all reasonable steps to notify you if your personal information is involved in an eligible data breach that is likely to result in serious harm.
We encourage you to take care with how you handle and disclose personal information and avoid sending personal information through unsecure email.
How you can Access your Personal Information
You have the right to request access to personal information that we hold about you, and that we correct that personal information. You can ask for access or correction by contacting us and we must respond within a reasonable period following your request. If you ask, we must give you access to your personal information, and take reasonable steps to correct it if we consider it is incorrect, unless there is a law that allows or requires us not to.
We will ask you to verify your identity before we give you access to your information or correct it, and we will try to make the process as simple as possible. If we refuse to give you access to, or correct, your personal information, we must notify you in writing setting out the reasons.
We reserve the right to charge a fee for searching for, and providing access to, your information on a per request basis.
How to make a Complaint
If you wish to complain to us about how we have handled your personal information, you should complain in writing. We will confirm receipt of your complaint and then deal with your complaint through our complaints handling procedure. Our response will be provided within a reasonable period of time and determine what action (if any) we should take to resolve the complaint.
Call: 1800 954 749
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Post: Level 5, 20 Bond Street,
Sydney, 2000 NSW
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