Phone 0413 945 851

Grace Homestead acknowledges and pays respects to the Ugarapul People as the Traditional Custodians of the Lockyer Valley region on whose land we now stand.  We acknowledge that this region was home to the Kitabul People, and pay our respects to your Elders past, present and emerging.


Grace Homestead is a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre, situated in the Lockyer Valley (South East Qld).  Our program allows a mother to bring up to two children into the program, so that she can continue to care for her children, while receiving treatment.  To find out more about our program, check out our Program page.

Our program is staffed by psychologists, social workers, and other clinicians, who have experience working with people struggling with substance use.  We also have a caring team of support workers, who make our residents feel at home.

Grace Homestead is a member of QNADA. 

QNADA members provide a range of alcohol and other drugs services including residential treatment, withdrawal management (detox), individual and family counselling, outreach, case management, intoxication management, continuing care and harm reduction services.  

QNADA supports member agencies to deliver high quality services to individuals, families, and communities affected by alcohol and other drugs. QNADA actively engage and support staff at all levels of each member agency, recognising that it is every part of an organisation that contributes to the high quality of services provided.

Grace Homestead and Churches of Christ Partnership

Churches of Christ and Grace Homestead have partnered to provided transitional care to the graduates of the Grace Homestead program.  Graduates are supported to locate housing in the community, and the COFC Child and Family Team provide crucial transitional support.