Traralgon Youth Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation

Modscape was selected as the modular provider for a 20-bed youth-specific residential rehabilitation facility in Traralgon, Victoria. Operated by Uniting Vic Tas, the facility provides young people aged 16 to 25 with better access to specialist drug and alcohol treatment.
  • 2021

    Year Completed

  • 37


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In collaboration with the Victorian Health Building Authority and Vincent Crisp Architects, we delivered this 37-module project as part of a $52.1 million investment into new residential rehabilitation facilities across regional Victoria. The investment was established to support the Barwon, Hume, and Gippsland regions, offering specialist services to an additional 900 Victorians each year.

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Traralgon Youth Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation offers a 16-week program tailored to young people and their families, with 24-hour care and support to reintegrate back into the community.

Inside, bright open spaces serve as a backdrop for residents to relax and unwind. Outdoor gardens and recreational areas seamlessly connect with the natural surroundings, while a central cluster of eucalyptus trees adds to the tranquil setting.

By utilising modular construction, we completed the facility faster than traditional methods without compromising on quality. This project highlights the positive impact of well-designed spaces on rehabilitation, providing residents with the comfort and support needed to rebuild their lives.

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Project Specifications

6 residential pods with bedrooms and bathrooms, kitchen, communal dining room, lounge with quiet alcove, large and small group rooms, dispensary, nurse and consult rooms, intake and meeting room, activity room, art room, sensorium, laundry, staff and administrative areas, decking and paved areas, walking track, animal enclosures, vegetable garden, exercise station, sport half court.


Collaborators: Victorian Health Building Authority (client), Vincent Chrisp Architects (architecture), Sensum (head contractor).


Photography by Kane Jarrod.

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