Kedesh Rehabilitation Services (KRS) wishes to advise stakeholders and other interested parties of the following response to the evolving Global COVID-19 Pandemic. The response has been developed with the following objectives in mind: Maintaining the Safety & Wellbeing of staff, clients, visitors & community members as a top priority Providing continuity of service delivery through […]
In order to reduce community transmission of COVID-19, Kedesh have temporarily ceased residential admissions and are now providing all treatment via phone or online. Treatment services available include: – Individual counselling – Case management – Group Therapy Group therapy will be facilitated online and will cover a range of topics including: – Managing isolation – […]
Kedesh Rehabilitation Services (KRS) is committed to delivering quality, evidence based services and developing skilled clinicians in the sector to treat co-occurring mental illness and substance misuse. Student Placement KRS partners with several educational institutions including The Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), The University of Wollongong, Macquarie University and TAFE North Sydney Institute to […]
Kedesh Rehabilitation Services (KRS) undertakes research projects related to the further advancement of treatment and recovery support for people experiencing co-occurring drug and alcohol and mental health issues. KRS also evaluates and analyses workforce development initiatives delivered by KRS to the sector.