Alcohol & Other Drugs Services
WNSW PHN funds two main Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) treatment activities; mainstream service delivery, and Indigenous service delivery. These are referral-based services, including screening, counselling, brief intervention and education for families and carers. They also cover capacity building for General Practice and social services to engage with people with substance abuse issues.
Although both programs indicate a focus on mainstream or Indigenous services, neither are seen to be exclusive to either.
The Weigelli Centre provide Indigenous services in the Walgett, Bourke and Parkes hubs.
Hello Sunday Morning 'Daybreak' Program
Daybreak is an online program supported by WNSW PHN designed to help individuals reduce their harmful alcohol consumption through a range of evidence-based support. Daybreak supports high risk drinkers to change their behavior through combined elements of assessment, brief intervention, motivational interviewing, CBT, peer support and clinical support.
Alcohol & Other Drugs Support Services
These services are not emergency services. If you require urgent medical attention, contact, or attend your local hospital or general practitioner, or call 000 for ambulance.
Counselling Online: Free, 24-hour alcohol and other drugs counselling www.counsellingonline.org.au
Family Drug Support: 1300 368 186
NSW Alcohol & Drug Information Service: 1800 422 599
NSW Alcohol and Other Drugs Information Service: 1800 250 015
Western NSW Intake Line: 1300 887 000
Far West NSW Intake Line: 08 8080 1554
Stimulant Treatment Line: 1800 10 11 88
NSW service providing education, information, referral, crisis counselling and support specifically for stimulant use such as speed, ice, ecstasy, cocaine etc. Managed by St Vincent’ Hospital, Sydney.
Get Healthy Coaching Service: 1300 806 258
Telephone-based coaching for healthy lifestyle changes, with 10 free sessions. Available Mon – Fri 8am – 8pm www.gethealthynsw.com.au
Alcohol and Drug Foundation: 1300 85 85 84
Information on supporting a loved with drug or alcohol dependency. www.adf.org.au