ODYSSEY HOUSE VICTORIA: Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment, Training & Support

Welcome to Odyssey House Victoria

Odyssey House recognises that alcohol and other drug problems can have a significant impact on children and other family members. We also aim to support and make our services relevant to the widest range of people, welcoming all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, those from culturally diverse backgrounds, and those from LGBTQI communities to our services.

Odyssey House Victoria is considered an essential healthcare and social assistance service, permitted to remain open for on-site work under a COVID SAFE plan. Odyssey House is following all Victorian government guidelines and directions under Stage 4 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne and Stage 3 restrictions in regional Victoria, including enhanced hygiene, use of personal protective equipment, and social distancing.

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms or are unwell, please contact us before any scheduled face-to-face appointments, at which time we will discuss alternative options to provide you with the necessary care and support. When attending our services, you must maintain a 1.5m physical distance at all times, and wear a mask, unless you have a medical exemption.

Service updates

The way in which our services are delivered will change over time to align with current restrictions, and in order to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. For a full list of service updates please follow the link.

Our wide range of services include:

Our Melbourne rehabilitation facility and family units

Take a look through our Melbourne based therapeutic community. 


The latest news at Odyssey House…

Short Story Competition 2020 now open

Our values

There are five values that are upheld by the residents and staff at Odyssey House Victoria. This artwork, inspired by Chris Thorne, represents counting these values on one hand. They are Respect, Concern, Honesty, Trust and Love.