A range of local and national support and information services can assist with alcohol and other drug use concerns:
- The Alcohol and Drug Information Service (Qld)
Has a wide range of print resources available to order. Email ADIS ADIS@health.qld.gov.au to request an order form.
Contains lots of useful information on different drugs. You can print out fact sheets, which are written in plain English.
- Queensland Health’s Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATODS)
Website contains a range of information, factsheets and links to other resources.
DrugInfo is run by the Australian Drug Foundation and contains a mix of information for workers, parents and young people.
- NDARC (National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre)
NDARC publish fact sheets on alcohol and other drugs, along with statistics and research for workers.
A free online treatment program for risky alcohol use that helps you manage your recovery through setting goals and using practical strategies.
- Counselling Online
Communicate online with a professional counsellor about any alcohol or drug related concern, available 24 hours a day. This service is free for anyone seeking help with their own use or the use of a family member, relative or friend. You can choose to remain anonymous or to register with the service.
- Cannabis Information and Support
Is an information and support service for cannabis users and their family and friends. Phone: 1800 30 40 50.
Offers support, encouragement and resources to help you quit smoking. Phone: 13 QUIT (13 7848).
- Lives Lived Well Day Support program
Free and supportive non-residential alcohol and drug Day Support Program for young people aged 12-21.
Last updated: 24 June 2021