Drug and alcohol support

Drug and alcohol concerns can happen to anyone, at any stage of life. These concerns can have a significant impact upon a person's behaviour, physical health, mental health, self-esteem, relationships, home life, and work life.

If you or someone you know needs support for your / their drug and alcohol habits, reach out:

  • talk to someone you trust, including your doctor
  • call the 24-hour National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline on 1800 250 015
  • download a free self-help app such as Hello Sunday Morning
  • call a free telephone coaching service such as Get Healthy NSW on 1300 806 258
  • get facts about alcohol and other drugs on the Your Room website
  • call Peerline: a free, confidential, peer-supported service for people who use drugs on 1800 644 413
  • for information about take-home naloxone to save lives, visit the Overdose Lifesavers website
  • to access naloxone without a prescription, find your local registered pharmacy here.

You can find more information about drug and alcohol services by clicking the tiles below.

Drug and alcohol treatment services are a key priority for COORDINARE. Find out more on our Drug and alcohol health priority page.

If you are concerned about your own or someone else’s alcohol or other drug use, contact the National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline on 1800 250 015 or visit drughelp.gov.au.