Drug Rehabilitation Services in Sydney NSW Australia

Alcohol and Drugs – Information and Rehabilitation NSW

  • Australian Drug Information Network links to an extensive range of information about alcohol and other drugs.
  • Drug Arm
  • Family Drug Support was formed after its founder Tony Trimingham lost his son to a heroin overdose. This site contains up to date information on all aspects of illicit drug and alcohol use relative to the families of drug users.
  • Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets  – supports chronically homeless and drug addicted young Australians.
  • Odyssey House  – offers drug, alcohol and gambling programs.
  • Quit Smoking
  • Ted Noffs Foundation – PALM (Program for Adolescent Life Management) is a residential program for young people aged 14 to 18 with serious alcohol, or other drug-related difficulties.
  • The Salvation Army – Drug, alcohol and gambling support and services.
  • The Wayside Chapel, founded by Reverend Ted Noffs in 1964, The Wayside Chapel remains a place of unconditional love for the lonely, homeless, abused and dispossessed, serving the needs of the 2000 young, elderly, frightened and displaced people each week.
  • We Help Ourselves aims to foster personal growth within a drug free therapeutic program. This is complemented by incorporating the concepts of Harm Minimisation for substance misuse/abuse, including the spread of communicable diseases for example HIV/HCV.
  • THE ORANGE PAPERS One Man’s Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous and Substance Misuse Recovery Programs, and Real Recovery. Site includes a forum.
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