Alcohol contacts

A list of organisations, websites and services that offer alcohol support, counselling and information. This list also includes research centres that focus on alcohol.

Contacts

Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) contact

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation provides facts, resources and programs to help prevent alcohol and other drug harm in Australian communities.

Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre contact

Visit this website for information and current research on reducing the harmful use of alcohol and other drugs in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Alcohol. Think Again contact

The 'Alcohol. Think Again' website provides resources and information about the effects of alcohol on your health. There is information for parents, young people, and women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Australia contact

To find an AA meeting close to you or for information about quitting or reducing your drinking, contact AA or visit their website.

ASSIST contact

The ASSIST (alcohol, smoking and substance involvement screening test) is an easy-to-use tool that detects substance use and related problems. It asks 8 questions and takes about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

Australian Drug Information Network (ADIN)

Use the ADIN website to find information on alcohol and other drugs, including treatment services.

DirectLine

Contact DirectLine for confidential alcohol and drug counselling and referral in Victoria Australia. The service is available 24/7 by phone or online.

Drug Aware

Contact Drug Aware's 24-hour alcohol and drug support line for help in Western Australia. Their website also provides information about drugs and their impact, and how to stay safe for young people.
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City WA

Drug Strategy contact

Contact the Drug Strategy team for information about our National Drug Strategy and help with any of its related resources.
Australian Government Department of Health

eheadspace contact

eheadspace is a national online and phone support service for young people between 12 and 25. It covers a wide range of topics and issues affecting mental health. Contact them online or by phone from 9am to 1am AEST, every day.
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