WHOS offer programs in a variety of locations including:
- Rozelle Campus (WHOS Gunyah, New Beginnings, OSTAR and RTOD)
Situated within the historic and therapeutic grounds of Broughton Hall (former Rozelle Hospital), the site consists of WHOS administration and 5 autonomous residential programs. These include separate gender specific therapeutic programs -one for men and one for women-, two opioid substitution programs supported by medical and nursing staff -one for opioid reduction and one for stabilisation- and the WHOS Enhancement Services team made up of Aftercare and Family Support. This campus accommodates 130 residential clients across all programs (not including external support houses).
- WHOS Hunter Valley & Newcastle (residential and day programs)
WHOS Hunter Valley (Trevallion House) is a 30 bed mixed gender therapeutic community situated in Cessnock, NSW. This service is ideal for clients from regional areas. The Hunter TC also provides aftercare supported accommodation. WHOS Day Program is located in the Newcastle CBD and provides services for clients on OST that may have complex needs and/or have current or pending legal issues.
- WHOS West (Penrith NSW)
WHOS West provides a combination of services such as assessment and referral, transitional housing and support (office and 6 beds located in Penrith NSW) and 7 residential care beds located at the Rozelle Campus NSW.
- Sunshine Coast (Nambour Qld)
WHOS Sunshine Coast (Najara TC) is a 26 bed mixed gender therapeutic community situated near Nambour, Queensland. This service is ideal for clients from regional areas. The service provides aftercare supported accommodation.
- Transitional Residential Support Programs
All WHOS Therapeutic Communities (TCs) offer residential transitional support services for clients completing the program. This is where clients can put into action the skills and information they acquired whilst in the TC program. These services are for clients assessed as being able to live semi-independently along with other clients leaving or that have left the TC. At this stage, clients are encouraged to start working and/or studying within the wider community as well as maintaining independent recovery based activities. Transitional houses are usually anywhere from 3 to 6 people per house.