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Here are some useful links to Drug and Alcohol information:
You can call ADIS any time of the day or week for support, information, advice, crisis counselling and referral to services in NSW.
24/7 helpline: 1800 422 599
The Your Room website offers information about alcohol and a wide range of drugs, how they can affect people, withdrawal, and how to get help for yourself or for anyone else who needs it.
Drug Info is a service provided by the Australian Drug Foundation that offers information about alcohol and other drugs and the prevention of related harms.
The National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC) is a Government Initiative aimed at providing evidence-based information about cannabis use to prevent uptake, especially by young people and in Aboriginal communities, and support treatment of users.
Drug Info @ Your Library provides up to date information about alcohol and drugs on the website and through local public libraries in New South Wales. It is a joint initiative of NSW Health and the State Library of NSW.
Since it's inception in NSW in 1997, Family Drug Support (FDS) has developed Australia's only National 24hour telephone and support organisation for families affected by someone else's drug and alcohol use.
24/7 support line: 1300 368 186
A new support group for families, carers and friends affected by someone's drug use is now available.
This group provides a free, confidential and safe place for anyone who may be supporting someone with a drug or alcohol issue.
Second Tuesday of every month.
Salvation Army - 223 High St, Penrith.
Car park and access directly behind the building next door to ALDI.
Contact: Julie 0400 113 422
Phone helpline: 1300 652 820
Phone helpline: 1300 222 222
SMART Recovery is a free group program assisting people with any problematic behaviours, including addiction to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, Internet and others.
Thursday, 12 December 2019 3:10:23 PM
Smoke Free Policy: All our hospitals and health campuses are smoke free. Smoking anywhere on the grounds may result in a $300 fine.