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Alcohol and Other Drugs Rehabilitation Services

Description of Services

There are four categories of services available for people with Alcohol and Other Drugs misuse issues:

  • Services for Young People
  • Adult rehabilitation services
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander service
  • Service for LGBTI people
Services for Young People

AOD Intensive Support Program

  • Non-residential day rehabilitation, including individual counselling, care coordination, group programs and intensive outreach for people aged 14-25 years Services are available in Chatswood and Manly.

To access the program call 9977 0711.

Adult

Odyssey House Community Services Drug & Alcohol Counselling

  • Non-residential day rehabilitation for adults over 18 years old, including individual and group counselling, support to family members of people who have an addiction. Services available in Chatswood and Manly.

To access the program call 1800 397 739.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Odyssey House Community Services Drug & Alcohol Counselling

  • Non-residential day rehabilitation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults over 18 years old, including individual and group counselling, support to family members of people who have an addiction. Services available in Chatswood and Manly.

To access the program call 1800 397 739.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex People

Substance Support Counselling

  • Remote access program (Skype or telephone) providing intensive, structured interventions to Lesbian, Gay, Transgender and Intersex people with alcohol and other drug misuse issues.

To access the program call 1800 063 060.

Eligibility

These services are for people who live, work or go to school in the Northern Sydney Primary Health Network region. People can access these services without a referral.

How to access the services

Anyone can make a referral by calling the number listed under each program; this includes self-referrals. GPs can also refer people through the Mental Health Triage on 1300 782 391 or send a referral form via secure fax on 02 8072 6899.