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Alcohol and other drug information, support and treatment is available through publicly funded and private services across New South Wales. These services are not emergency services. If you require urgent medical attention, contact or attend your local hospital or general practitioner, or call for ambulance. ADIS provides 24 hour 7 day a week telephone counselling, support, referrals and information for those affected by alcohol or other drugs. ADIS counsellors are trained to work with people who are concerned about their own alcohol and drug use, as well as callers who are concerned about their family or friends.
Each NSW Health local health district has a local central intake telephone line to connect people with alcohol and other drug services in that region. Note that some local intake lines operate during business hours only. ADIS can be contacted 24 hours 7 days a week. To access a local public drug and alcohol service, please contact your local health district:.
Family Drug Support FDS provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week telephone support to families and carers in crisis due to alcohol and other drug use issues. FDS is staffed by volunteers who have experience of family members with alcohol and other drug use. FDS also provide face-to-face support meetings and resources for family members. The Stimulant Treatment Line STL provides information, referral, crisis counselling and support specifically for people who use stimulants, such as methamphetamine, cocaine and ecstasy.
The STL is a free service with counsellors available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak with callers about their own or someone else's stimulant use. The NSW Quitline is a confidential telephone information and advice service to help smokers quit and stay quit. Quitline Advisors including Aboriginal and multilingual advisors are available:. The DASAS Helpline assists health professionals seeking advice about the diagnosis and treatment of patients with alcohol or drug issues.
NUAA provides advice, information and referral on matters relating to injecting drug use, blood borne viruses and services and programs available for people using drugs. NUAA also runs a needle and syringe exchange program.
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Local intake lines Each NSW Health local health district has a local central intake telephone line to connect people with alcohol and other drug services in that region. Read about AOD treatment.
Contact withdrawal management and residential rehabilitation services. Visit Your Room for information on alcohol and other drugs. Current as at: Friday 13 March Contact owner: Centre for Alcohol and Other Drugs.Drug and alcohol advice line
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