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Shalom House founder Peter Lyndon-James has faith that regardless of a pending SAT decision his self-funded rehab centre will continue operating. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Rehab centre in planning dispute

The future of a not-for-profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre considered among the strictest in Australia is in doubt due to a planning dispute.

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Dayton
The ICE epidemic is really bad, worse thing is it is increasing with the amount of people being addicted and the lengths these addicts go to get more, the government really needs to think more about the public and the well being of its citizens, Shalom House (Peter Lyndon James) is giving these people such a fantastic opportunity to live again with no addiction and be at peace with their Families and friends and the community around them.

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