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 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex, and queer and questioning (LGBTIQ+) communities to our services.

Read our full Diversity and Inclusion Statement

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Short Story Competition 2024

Odyssey House Victoria’s annual Short Story Competition is open for 2024. This year’s theme is [...]

Short Story Competition 2023 Winners

The Odyssey House Short Story Competition Winners for 2023 have now been announced and their [...]

Short Story Competition Deadline Extension

📢 Deadline Extension Alert! Attention passionate storytellers, we have fantastic news for you! Due to popular [...]


The new, national online gambling self-exclusion register, BetStop is now operational. People can request to [...]

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Our flagship Therapeutic Community

Aboriginal Hand

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.

Read more about our vision, purpose and history