Sunrise Way and Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre in Toowoomba reopened the newly renovated southern wing on Monday 16 July.

During the event, Sunrise Way CEO Wendy Agar showed her gratitude to all generous support from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Fund and in-kind support from the community, which helped Sunrise Way able to breathe new life into this part of the building with fresh paint, new carpet, furniture and lighting, making the space much more comfortable and cosy for the residents.

Wendy also thanked Member for Groom John McVeigh, Chairman of the Darling Downs Hospital and Health Board Mike Horan, and other special guests for their continued support of Sunrise Way. “We love our freshly renovated space and we wouldn’t have it without the generous support we receive,” she said.

Located in Toowoomba, Sunrise Way is a community based, non-denominational, independent and not for profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation service, which was driven by the commitment and passion to support stronger, healthier communities through rebuilding individual lives affected by addiction.

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