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Alcohol and Drug Services

The information provided on this website is for general purposes only. While we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representation or warranties of any kind about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the information, products or services. Even though we are able to provide links to other website, we have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorsement.

Alcohol and Drug Support Service (ADSS)

  1. Alcohol and Drug Support Line
    Metro: (08) 9442 5000
    Country: 1800 198 024 (country callers)
  1. Parent and Family Drug Support Line
    Metro: (08) 9442 5050
    Country: 1800 653 203 (country callers)
  1. Working Away Alcohol and Drug Support
    Tel: 1800 721 997
  1. Meth Helpline
    Tel: 1800 874 878

You can also contact Alcohol and Drug Support Service (ADSS) through email [email protected]au and their website www.alcoholdrugsupport.mhc.wa.gov.au.

Alcohol and Drug Support Service (ADSS) also provides a LIVE CHAT facility that can be accessed via http://alcoholthinkagain.com.au/  or http://drugaware.com.au/



Categories: 24hr Emergency Contacts, Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. Can assist with information and self-help support for adults, and youth with alcohol problems.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Altone Youth Services Inc.

ALTONE YOUTH SERVICES (AYS) is a Youth Centre located in Altone Park, Beechboro. *Formally known as Stand By Me Youth Service*

Drop-in is open for young people aged 11 to 18 at the times listed in the Programs Section. Come in and play Pool, Xbox, PS3, Wii, listen to music, grab a feed, talk to a youth worker or just hang out!  We also have online computers and a black light Cinema Room.

We offer informal counselling, practical support, advocacy, referal to additional services and case management to at risk Young People. We can provide information about a wide variety of issues relevant to young people’s lives.

Our aim is to provide a safe meeting place for young people, aged 11-25 years who reside, recreate or educate with the Lockridge/Beechboro and surround areas. We aim to provide young people with suitable educational and recreational activities that they otherwise would not have access to and that will provide them the opportunity to learn and develop a wide range of skills. We are open for drop-in sessions in the afternoons, during which time Young People are able to use our facilities and talk to the staff at the centre. We are also available for informal and formal counselling sessions with Young People and can refer those Young People to specialist services if the need arises can help young people that are experiencing a wide range of problems, including:

  • Homelessness
  • Alcohol and drug problems.
  • Employment and educational difficulties.
  • Mental, sexual and general health issues.
  • Financial problems.
  • Relationship conflict (family, friends and partners).
  • Legal and justice concerns.
  • Issues related to same sex attraction and gender diversity.
  • Family and Domestic Violence.
  • Suicidal thoughts and Self Harm.

AYS can assist young people by:

  • Providing informal counselling and case management.
  • Referring the young person to a specialised organisation.
  • Providing the young person with information.
  • Advocating on behalf of the young person.
  • Case Management
  • Emotional and practical support, advocacy and information

Contact: Chloe Turner Mobile: 0499 646 006 Phone: (08) 9377 4022



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Cyrenian House

Cyrenian House has offered a residential program for individuals wanting to address their drug and alcohol dependency issues. They also provide  outreach services like counselling and support services for people with problem use of alcohol &/or other drugs, or people impacted by someone else’s problem use. They have a range of programs to support people. Assessments are made by appointments and youwill require a referral to be completed.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Drugs and Alcohol Youth Service (DAYS)

Based in East Perth, the Drug and Alcohol Youth Service (DAYS) is a free and confidential service which offers treatment and support to young people experiencing drug and alcohol related problems. The service offers community case management, withdrawal, and residential rehabilitation services for young people whose drug use is significantly impacting their lives. Treatment includes counselling, clinical psychology and parent and family counselling. The age range is 12- 18 years however there is flexibility to age 21 years who are experiencing significantly problematic drug use. Referrals can be made Monday to Friday, 12:30pm – 4:00pm.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Fresh Start Recovery Program

Fresh Start Recovery Programme grew out of a commitment to help drug users and their families recover from drug dependence. Fresh Start concentrates on detox and developing a drug free lifestyle. They provide assistance with treatment, support groups, addictions, counselling, chaplaincy, housing, rehabilitation and detoxification



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Holyoake

Holyoake’s approach to counselling and support is to help those affected by alcohol or other drugs, as well as help those closest. This unique approach recognises that the impact of alcohol and other drug problems affects the whole family.

We provide an extensive range of counselling and support programs for everyone. This includes tailored programs specifically for:
  • Individuals with alcohol or other drug issues.
  • Anyone affected by a family members’ alcohol or other drug use.

They have a Midland and Victoria Park office.



Categories: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services, Family Services,

Indigo Junction

This service is provided by  and comprises of

  • Crisis accommodation.
  • Housing and advocacy.
  • Information.
  • Emergency relief.
  • Youth Services
  • Support and Education
  • Information / referrals
  • Community services

Indigo Junction Young People

Our Youth Service offers housing, tenancy support and education. Our goal is to provide a safe place where young people receive the support they need to set goals and work towards a positive future. We provide tailored support which includes specialist referrals, building independent living skills, job readiness and promoting links to education and training.

Services offered at our Youth Service include:

Housing

Indi House (Emergency Housing)

Indi Living Youth (Community Housing)

Support and Education

Programs

For more information:

Phone: 9274 1611

Email: [email protected]

Visit: http://indigojunction.org.au/how-we-help/youth/overview/

Indigo Junction Families

The Family Service offers housing, support and education. Our team focuses on empowering families to build on their parenting and independent living skills. We also assist families to connect to specialist supports such as counselling, health and employment services where required. Families are encouraged to set personal goals as well creating a plan towards long term stable housing.

Services offered at the Family Service include:

Housing

Indi Place (On site supported housing)

Indi Living Families (Community Housing)

Support and Education

Programs

For more information:

Phone: 9250 5256

Email: [email protected]

Visit: http://indigojunction.org.au/how-we-help/families/overview/

Indigo Junction Community Service

Karnany Resource Centre is the base for our community service and is ideally located in the heart of Midland. Karnany provides a safe place for people to meet and share their stories. Our team builds an understanding of the person’s needs and connects them with the required services. The following services and programs operate at Karnany:

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

FINANCIAL SUPPORT & EDUCATION HUB

OUTREACH SERVICES

We provide a space at Karnany for the following services:

CONNECTION TO OTHER SERVICES

We realise that we can’t always offer people the services they require. Through our relationships with different service providers we are able to refer people to the support they need. Visit us and we can have a chat about your situation and create a support plan together.

For more information:

Phone: 9274 7929

Email: [email protected]

Visit: http://indigojunction.org.au/how-we-help/community/overview/



Categories: 24hr Emergency Contacts, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Accommodation, Alcohol and Drug Services, Family Services, Financial Services, Tenancy Support Services,

MercyCare – Mirrabooka Family Support Network

MercyCare is a lead agency for the Mirrabooka Family Support Network. The service provides family services, children’s services, counselling, drug and alcohol services, financial counselling services, legal advice, educational services and family dispute services.



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services, Family Services, Financial Services, General Contacts,

Moorditj Koort Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre

Moorditj Koort Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre is part of the Perth South Coastal Medicare Local in the Rockingham Kwinana district. The focus of the organisation is to support health and wellness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the Kwinana/Rockingham District.

Moorditj Koort has a range of free specialist and service  including, dietitian, Moorditj Djena, diabetes education, pharmacist, alcohol and other drug counselling.



Categories: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

Narcotics Anonymous in Perth

Supports those who suffer an active addiction but want to stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. They suggest that you keep an open mind and give yourself a break. There program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Next Step (Specialist Drug and Alcohol Service)

Next Step Drug and Alcohol Services is the clinical services directorate of the Drug and Alcohol Office. It provides assessment and treatment services for people experiencing problems associated with their alcohol and other drug use, and support for their families.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

North East Community Drug Service

The North East Metropolitan Community Drug Service is operated by Holyoake and provides a comprehensive alcohol and other drug service for the north east metropolitan community through its Midland office. The range of services provided includes individual, family and group interventions to alcohol and other drug users and those who are impacted by someone else’s alcohol and other drug use.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

North Metro Community Drug Service

The North Metro Community Alcohol and Drug Service (NMCADS) is a service developed in partnership with Cyrenian House and Next Step. The service provides a comprehensive range of alcohol and other drug services available at the same facility. Integrated services are available at Warwick and East Perth, and counselling at Joondalup along with various outreach locations in the northern corridor.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Palmerston Association

To assist and support individuals, families and communities across Western Australia, by reducing the harm of alcohol and other drug use through counselling, therapies and education.



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

Parent Drug Information Service

The Parent Drug Information Service is a confidential, non-judgemental, 24 hour/seven days a week helpline for families and carers seeking help for alcohol or other drug use.They provide counselling, information, referral & support to families and carers seeking help for alcohol or other drug abuse.



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Family Services,

Peer Based Harm Reduction WA (formally known as WASUA)

Provides non-judgmental, friendly peer based support, information and education, advocacy and harm reduction services and services aimed at reducing the transmission of Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmitted Infections associated with drug use amongst the community in WA.



Category: Alcohol and Drug Services

Psychiatric Days Program – Abbotsford Hospital

Specialised day patient psychiatric services provide treatment & counselling for patients with psychiatric disorders and mental illnesses including depression; anxiety; OCD; trauma; bipolar affective disorder; alcohol, other drug & gambling addictions; eating disorders; internet and sex addiction; and men’s and women’s issues



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Mental Health Services,

Relationships Australia – Moorditj Yarning

Provides counselling for family and relationships issues, grief and loss. theThey also provide outreach which means that they can come to you if required. Moorditj Yarning has been working closely with Aboriginal people in the Langford/Gosnells and Clarkson/Joondalup areas. There counsellors have experience working with alcohol and drug problems, other health concerns such as diabetes, family and relationship issues, grief, loss and domestic violence.



Categories: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

RUAH Day Centre

The Ruah Centre is a drop-in centre, located in Northbridge, for people who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless. Everyone over the age of 18 is welcome. Ruah Day Centre can also provide you with information and referrals to a range of other support services including doctors, Street Law and Centrelink.

Address: 33 Shenton Street, Northbridge

Operating Hours: 8:30am to 12:30pm



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts, Mental Health Services,

Salvation Army – Bridge Program

The Salvation Army Bridge Program operates a sobering up centre and detoxification service in the inner-city.

The detoxification service provides a one week residential stay and operates to a supportive care model based on non-medical or low-medical interventions. Complex withdrawal cases, or those with severe symptoms are referred to medical services. Located in Gosnells, referral to the service needs to occur via admission to Bridge House in Highgate.

Both services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to drug and alcohol users aged 18 years and older. The sobering up service also accepts 15-18 year olds.

Address: 11-15 Wright Street, Highgate



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

South East Metropolitan Community Drug Service

The South East Metropolitan Community Alcohol and Drug Service is an integrated service operating as a partnership between Palmerston and Next Step. The service provides improved access to a comprehensive range of alcohol and other drug (AOD) services available at one location. Clients have access to a streamlined assessment and care pathway drawing on the full range of Next Step, Palmerston and allied co-located services. Palmerston provides counselling and support and Next Step provides medical and psychological services. Clients may also access home based withdrawal services provided by the Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Network (DAWN).

The service is appropriate for:

  • Individuals seeking information/change/assistance in regards to their own or someone else’s alcohol and other drug use
  • Families affected by alcohol or other drug issues
  • Professionals and other service providers
  • Communities tackling local alcohol or other drug issues



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

South Metro Community Alcohol and Drug Service

With branches in Fremantle, Rockingham and Mandurah, the South Metropolitan Community Alcohol and Drug Service is an integrated service operating as a partnership between Palmerston and Next Step. The service provides improved access to a comprehensive range of alcohol and other drug (AOD) services available at one location. Clients have access to a streamlined assessment and care pathway drawing on the full range of Palmerston, Next Step, and allied co-located services. Palmerston provides counselling and support and Next Step provides medical and psychological services. Clients may also access home based withdrawal services provided by the Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Network (DAWN). The integrated service is available in Fremantle and Rockingham with plans to expand the existing Mandurah based Community Alcohol and Drug Service (CADS) in the future.

Fremantle – 3/22 Queen Street, Fremantle (9430 5966)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.00am – 12.00pm, 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Wednesday: 9.00am – 12.00pm only

 

Rockingham – 2/31 Council Avenue, Rockingham (9550 9200)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.00am – 12.00pm, 1.00pm – 4.30pm

Wednesda: 9.00am – 12.00pm only

 

Mandurah – 22 Tuckey Street, Mandurah (9581 4010)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9.00am – 12.00pm, 1.00pm – 4.30pm

Wednesday: 9.00am – 12.00pm only



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, General Contacts,

Swan City Youth Service Inc.

Swan City Youth Service Inc provide support to young people aged 12 to 25 years in the form of  drug and alcohol counselling, mental health support, weekly medical clinics, and assistance with finding accommodation and accessing Centrelink or any other services required. They also provide a range of educational, recreational, life skills, and art and music programs.

The service works with young people within Midland and surrounding suburbs.

Opening hours:

Monday – 10am – 7pm

Tuesday – 10am – 7pm

Wednesday – 10am – 7pm

Thursday – 10am – 7pm

Friday – 10am – 7pm

Address: 12 Padbury Terrace, Midland



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services,

Uniting Care West – Attach: Parent Alcohol and Drug Service

Provides in-home counselling, interventions, treatments, mental health support, housing support, financial counselling, domestic violence support, child protection support and community health help, for parents affected by drug and alcohol use



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Family Services, General Contacts,

Wungening Aboriginal Corporation

Wungening Aboriginal Corporation provides support and programs to youth, families, men and women (and their children), schools, community groups and to clients within prisons; who are experiencing alcohol and drug use problems. Wungening Aboriginal Corporation services can be accessed via dropping in or making an appointment via phone or a formal referral.

Located at:

211 Royal Street, East Perth

9:00am to 4:00pm (Monday to Friday)

9221 1411



Categories: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services, Alcohol and Drug Services,

Youth Street Van – Hope Community Services

The City of Armadale contracts Hope Community Services to visit a variety of places in the City of Armadale with their street van and provide youth outreach weekly to youths aged 12 to 25 years old.

You’ll find the Hope team and their van in a variety of public spaces across the City from Cross Park skatepark, Roleystone, Jull St Mall in Armadale to local parks, the train station and other.

The street van, and its fantastic team, brings music, games, and fun to the streets, and is also there to offer connection, assistance and a safe place to chat for young people aged eight to 24 years who are vulnerable,disadvantaged and/or marginalised through providing information, informal counselling, referrals and connection to the great range of community organisations or activities in the local area.



Categories: Alcohol and Drug Services, Child and Youth Services,