Since 1977, ONE80TC has set the benchmark for rehabilitation in NSW with our Men’s and Women’s Residential Programs, Day Programs, Aftercare Program, Smart Recovery and early intervention #NotEvenOnce® School Program.
The Sydney to the Hunter Cycling Classic keeps going from strength to strength and this year is already shaping up to be the best we have ever had. Join us for our 20 year anniversary of the Sydney to the Hunter Cycling Classic. Limited registrations to only 100 riders.
Lock in the date for 2020 ... April 4th, once again hosted at NSW Parliament House.
Come and celebrate the first year of the ONE80TC Women's Centre, enjoying a high tea catered for by the scrumptious Glenorie Bakery. Mouth watering treats, pastries, and the famous pies that Glenorie Bakery are renowned for. Sure to be a wonderful gathering complete with a testimony from one of our centre team and students.
Join us for our celebration dinner of graduates who completed the ONE80TC program in years past.
Every addict has a story. No one chooses to seek a life of addiction. There is no joy, no peace, in fact, there is virtually no emotion.
After years battling a life controlling addiction to ice, speed and marijuana, Adam came to ONE80TC to turn his life around. This is his story.
Please share, so ONE80TC can give hope to others, and help rescue, restore and rebuild people’s lives from the devastating effects of addiction.
Our vision is to help people put their lives back together and set them on a pathway to success through either of our Residential Programs, our Aftercare and Outreach Programs or our Day Program.
We also realise the importance of early intervention and prevention, and facilitate an alcohol and other drug program #NotEvenOnce® which is run through schools and community groups.
In addition to rehabilitation services, we have a focus on self-identity, family, relationships and personal development. Our programs are run as therapeutic communities and once participants complete our programs, they are encouraged to integrate back into the community and prepare to enter the workforce or gain further education.