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Alcohol and other drug treatment services

Alcohol and other drug support and treatment services are available for people with concerns about their substance use.

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Options for treatment in the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay regions are wide ranging. All levels of need are supported.

Counselling services may be offered via telephone, face-to-face or outreach based.

Clinical services span individual sessions and group programs—through to residential and non-residential treatment options.

Brisbane North PHN commissioned services

Download our guide detailing the alcohol and other drug services we commission for the North Brisbane and Moreton Bay region, or scroll down to visit the websites of those services.

24/7 alcohol and drug support (ADIS)

Confidential support service for people in Queensland with alcohol and other drug concerns, their loved ones and health professionals.

Queensland Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies (QNADA)

Search for services and target by treatment type, target group, age, medication exclusions, and other accessibility criteria.

Lives Lived Well

Works with people that are directly affected with alcohol and drugs and associated mental health issues and those that are touched indirectly – like friends and family.

QuIHN (Queensland Injectors Health Network)

Offers a variety of health services to illicit drug users throughout Queensland, including individual clinical counselling, therapeutic and psychosocial groups, and a bulk billed GP primary health care service.

Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH)

Offers counselling, case management, support and screening for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Brisbane Youth Service

Brisbane Youth Services’ alcohol and other drugs service assists young people who are making positive changes to their substance use.

Engaging general practice in alcohol and other drug treatment

The Queensland Network of Alcohol and Drug Agencies and the University of New South Wales Drug Policy Modelling Program recently worked together to deliver practical recommendations and interventions for Brisbane North PHN to undertake to improve GP engagement with people with problematic alcohol and other drug use.

Download the full report and recommendations below.

Further resources

Australian Drug Foundation

A range of information on different types of drugs and their short and long term effects.

Dovetail

Clinical advice and professional support for workers, services and communities who engage with young people affected by alcohol and other drug use.

Insight

A leading provider of alcohol and drug training and workforce development services.

Hello Sunday Morning

Change your relationship with alcohol using the free Daybreak app.

The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Alcohol and Drug Dependence Service (QAIAS)

Offers alcohol and drug education, rehabilitation and counselling.