The Buttery is a not-for-profit, charitable addiction and mental health rehab centre with headquarters near Bangalow in Northern NSW.
We have nearly 50 years experience treating addiction and mental health conditions.
The Buttery is a not-for-profit charitable addiction and mental health organisation established in 1973. We deliver evidence-based long and short-term residential rehabilitation and outreach programs to support people living with alcohol and substance misuse and mental health conditions to achieve recovery and rebuild their lives.
The organisation also provides a unique counselling support program for families and carers.
Our head office is in Binna Burra in Northern NSW. The footprint of The Buttery covers Tweed Heads in the north to Port Macquarie in the south and Kyogle to the west.
With nearly 50 years of experience treating alcohol and substance misuse and mental health conditions, The Buttery has provided services to over 5,000 participants in its residential programs and 20,000 participants in its outreach services.
As a charity, The Buttery relies on the generous donations from the community, donors, several foundations philanthropists, trusts, families and individuals The Buttery gratefully acknowledges the financial support it receives from the NSW State and Commonwealth Governments: NSW Health, and Department of Health (Commonwealth).
The Buttery Achievements
Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Grant
Northern Rivers Gambling Counselling Service (NRGCS)
Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment Program (MERIT)
Family Support, b.well
Maintenance to Abstinence (MTA)
Partners in Recovery (PIR)
The Buttery Private
BYTES, RPAS, CCC, CORE
Relapse Prevention Aftercare Service (RPAS)
Continued Coordinating Care (CCC)
Community-Based Rehab Program (CORE)
Footprints to Wellbeing, Capability Statement
Housing and Accommodation Support Initiative (HASI-Plus)
Community Drug Action Teams (CDAT)
RAP, VCRP, REDRESS, SAFE HAVENS
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Veterans COPE Recovery Program (VCRP)
REDRESS (National Redress Scheme)