DRUG & ALCOHOL

57F Brisbane Street, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia

The Drug Education Network (DEN) is a non-government organisation funded to deliver a range of health promotion, prevention, and early intervention programs to reduce the harm associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use across Tasmania.  We have a commitment to deliver services focused on community engagement and capacity building.

Group of people that meet anonymously to solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

See website for meeting locations.

National Helpline open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm ph: 1300 22 22 22.

127 Davey St, Hobart, TAS, 7000, Australia

Holyoake Tasmania Inc offers a range of group or individual counselling programs for people affected by their own or another’s addictive behaviour or substance abuse.

The needle and syringe program (NSP) operates from a variety of sites around Tasmania, hospitals, community health centres, pharmacies as well as dedicated sites that have been established and funded for the specific purpose of ensuring the availability of equipment and services to injecting drug users.

Provision of free sterile injecting equipment, brief interventions and disposal of used equipment from outlets located in Hobart, Glenorchy, Rosny, Bridgewater, Burnie, Devonport and Launceston. NSP vending machines available in Hobart, Bridgewater, Launceston and Devonport.

75 Leighlands Road, Evandale, TAS, 7212, Australia

Missiondale is a residential recovery program for those wanting to overcome life addictions. They offer an alternative for those wanting to make positive changes in their lives.

13 Mulgrave Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

This is a State government service operating from the Department of Health and Human Services. The Alcohol and Drug Service is a key provider of specialist services for Tasmanians who are affected by alcohol and drug use. The service aims to ensure that people affected by alcohol, tobacco and other drug use have access to appropriate, timely, effective and quality treatment services, support and interventions which are based on contemporary best practice.

Operates Monday – Friday 9 a.m – 5 p.m

 

A 24 hour drug and alcohol information service can be accessed for free by calling 1800 811 994.

11 Grove St, Ulverstone, TAS, 7315, Australia

This is a State government service operating from the Department of Health and Human Services. The Alcohol and Drug Service is a key provider of specialist services for Tasmanians who are affected by alcohol and drug use. The service aims to ensure that people affected by alcohol, tobacco and other drug use have access to appropriate, timely, effective and quality treatment services, support and interventions which are based on contemporary best practice.

Operates Monday – Friday 9 a.m – 5 p.m

 

A 24 hour drug and alcohol information service can be accessed for free by calling 1800 811 994.

15 Adaihi Street, Ulverstone Tasmania 7315, Australia
(03) 6425 7453(03) 6425 7453
(03) 6425 7453

The Bridge Program is a Tasmania wide service for help overcoming and recovering from addictions related to Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs.

St Johns Avenue, New Town, TAS, 7008, Australia

This is a State government service operating from the Department of Health and Human Services. The Alcohol and Drug Service is a key provider of specialist services for Tasmanians who are affected by alcohol and drug use. The service aims to ensure that people affected by alcohol, tobacco and other drug use have access to appropriate, timely, effective and quality treatment services, support and interventions which are based on contemporary best practice.

Operates Monday – Friday 9 a.m – 5 p.m

 

A 24 hour drug and alcohol information service can be accessed for free by calling 1800 811 994.

111 Elizabeth St, Launceston TAS 7250

The Bridge Program is a Tasmania wide service for help overcoming and recovering from addictions related to Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs.

63 Creek Rd, New Town TAS 7008

The Bridge Program is a Tasmania wide service for help overcoming and recovering from addictions related to Alcohol, Tobacco and other drugs.

24 hour crisis accommodation service for single men over 21 years of age.

They offer supportive and professional service where clients are encouraged to make their own decisions in regards to their future.

This facility includes crisis and sobering up services.

PO Box 4711 Bathurst Street, Hobart Tasmania

Pathways Tasmania is a Tasmanian not-for-profit organisation and registered charity. We operate two supported accomodation facilities in the greater Hobart area:

 

1) Launch Youth is a Hobart-based government funded shelter for male youth (13-20yrs) who are homeless. As a medium to long term home for these young men, it is the only such shelter in Tasmania.

 

2) Velocity Transformations is a partially government funded residential rehabilitation program for adult men and women from the age of 18 years old.  The program assists people who suffer from drug and alcohol dependency, depression, eating disorders and other life altering conditions. The program is the only long term residential rehab in Southern Tasmania, with accomodation for up to 24 adults.

St Johns Ave, New Town, Tasmania, Australia

The Alcohol and Drug Service manages a specialist residential based withdrawal management service in the South of the State. The service is a ten bed inpatient based unit providing statewide withdrawal management services.

37 Brisbane Street, Launceston TAS 7250, Australia

The Drug Education Network (DEN) is a non-government organisation funded to deliver a range of health promotion, prevention, and early intervention programs to reduce the harm associated with alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) use across Tasmania.  We have a commitment to deliver services focused on community engagement and capacity building.

354 Preservation Drive, Sulphur Creek, Tasmania, Australia

Serenity House is located at Sulphur Creek on the North West Coast of Tasmania.

It is a sobering up and a place of safety facility to care for persons found intoxicated by alcohol, an illicit drug or combination of both until they are sober. The service is non medical in nature. It does not provide detoxification.

Place of safety clients must be over the age of 18 years and considered to be vulnerable or at risk.

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