Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council
The peak body for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in NSW which aims to support Aboriginal peoples to achieve physical, cultural, social and emotional wellbeing, and contribute to the overall health, wellbeing and strength of their communities.
Find your local Aboriginal Medical Service and workforce related drug and alcohol information at the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council.
Alcohol & Drug Information Service (ADIS – NSW)
Sydney: (02) 9361 8000
Regional NSW: 1800 422 599
A 24 hour confidential, drug and alcohol information, advice and referral service.
Family Drug Support
Support line: 1300 368 786
A national 24 hour telephone service support to families affected by drug and alcohol issues. Family Drug Support is staffed by volunteers who have firsthand experience of drug dependent family members.
Sydney: (02) 9382 6539
Regional NSW: 1800 647 848
9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).
A free telephone counselling service for women and their healthcare providers in NSW who need to know about the effects of medications, alcohol and other drugs during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
NADA: Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies
Peak agency for non government drug and alcohol treatment agencies in NSW. All NADA member agencies are listed of on the website.
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet Alcohol and other Drugs Knowledge Centre is a national web resource that provides relevant and culturally appropriate content and resources for health practitioners and community members working to reduce harms from alcohol and other drug (AOD) use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Strong Born is a campaign designed to raise awareness of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and the harms of drinking alcohol while pregnant and breastfeeding, among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in rural and remote communities.