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Drug and Alcohol Services for People from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities 


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Other Alcohol and Other Drugs programs you may be interested in

StreetLink - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services

The program is for young people aged 10 to 25, helping with health and medical needs. The program supports client and their family with health support and counselling about alcohol and other drugs. The service is free, confidential and safe...

Harm Minimisation Team - AOD Treatment Interventions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

This program offers culturally appropriate treatment interventions to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15 years and over with complex substanceThe Harm Minimisation Team aims to build safe and healthy Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander communities by minimising the...

Partners Toward Wellbeing - Alcohol and Other Drugs Treatment Service

Mission Australia, Partners Towards WellbeingA co-morbidity program for adults, with a mild to moderate mental health and Alcohol and Other Drug use. The program provides evidence-based treatment interventions, provides family and carer support, as well as peer support.For more information...

LGBTIQ AOD Service

Thorne Harbour Health provides a person-centred, evidence-based, high quality and culturally safe alcohol and other drug treatment service to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) people residing in the Adelaide PHN region.For more information and...

MATRIX Metamphetamine Treatment Program

Evidenced based, abstinence-oriented community treatment program for significant substance users aged 18+ undergoing drug replacement therapy with a medical practitioner. This may include methamphetamine or cocaine use or combined with opioid use. Run by trained psychologists and co-facilitated by workers...

Community Transitions OARS Client Treatment Services 


OARS Client Treatment Services offer counselling, mindfulness relapse prevention, narrative therapy, psycho-education, harm minimisation, care management and accountability. Support for people aged 18 years or older who have been, or are at risk of being, in contact with the South...

Matrix Program 


PsychMed’s Matric Program offers psychometric assessments and medical reviews, counselling, group sessions, peer support, and family and carer support. Support for people experiencing significant substance use issues aged 18 years and older, undergoing drug replacement therapy with a medical practitionerThe...

Harm Minimisation Team 


Nunkuwarrin Yunti’s Harm Minimisation service offers information and education, brief interventions, assessment, family support, care management, counselling and peer support. Alcohol and other drug support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander aged 15 and older, with complex substance issues. The...

LGBTIQA+ Alcohol and Other Drugs Service 


Thorne Harbour Health’s LGBTIQA+ Alcohol and Other Drugs Service offers brief intervention counselling, ongoing counselling, care and recovery coordination, family support, peer support, and recovery groups. Alcohol and other drug supports for LGBTIQA+ people, including any young people who identify...

Streetlink 


Uniting Communities Streetlink service offers drop-in support, information and education, screening and assessment, counselling, care coordination, withdrawal support, pharmacotherapy, peer support and SMART recovery groups. Treatment interventions for young people aged 10-25 years with complex needs, including poor mental and...

Partners Towards Wellbeing 


Mission Australia’s Partners Towards Wellbeing service offers counselling, care coordination, family support, and individual and group peer support. An Aboriginal support worker is also available. Coordinated support for culturally or linguistically diverse community, older people, or Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait...

Drug and Alcohol Youth Outreach Service 


Mission Australia, Drug and Alcohol Youth Outreach Service (DAYOS) is a free service innovative and evidence-based service that supports young people aged 12-25 years The program provides group therapy, short term intensive counselling, and access to a family support worker.For...