Drug & Alcohol


Al-Anon is for anyone who has been affected by alcoholism. If you are concerned about someone else’s drinking, the Al-Anon program can offer help. Alteen is for teenagers.

33 Moore Street
East Perth, WA 6004

Ph: 1300 252 666 (1300 ALANON)
Website: www.al-anon.org

Alcohol & Drug Information Service (ADIS)

The Alcohol and Drug Information Service is a confidential, non-judgemental 24 hour/seven days a week helpline for anybody seeking assistance with alcohol or other drug use.

24 hours

Ph: 08 9442 5000 Country toll-free: 1800 198 024
Email: adis@health.wa.gov.au
Website: www.dao.health.wa.gov.au

Attach – Parenting, Drug and Alcohol Service – Uniting Care West

The Attach service is a practical, 12 week in-home counselling program for parents who have a drug or alcohol problem. Through the service, parents who are concerned about their substance use are assisted to make informed decisions about drugs and alcohol, in addition to identifying high risk situations and creating strategies for safe decision making. Positive parenting skills and education on healthy lifestyles are also part of the program.

16 Sunbury Road
Victoria Park, WA 6100

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Limited after hours work can be negotiated upon referral

Ph: 1300 663 298
Email: attach@unitingcarewest.org.au
Website: www.unitingcarewest.org.au/services/strengthening-families/attach-parenting-drug-and-alcohol-service

Family Drug Support Australia

DS is primarily made up of volunteers who have experienced first hand the trauma and chaos of having family members with drug dependency.

24 Hours, 7 Days a week

Ph: 1300 368 186
Website: www.fds.org.au


Holyoake is a leading Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation and counselling services organisation in Western Australia. Each year Holyoake helps more than 4,000 people by providing practical programs to address peoples’ alcohol and drug abuse issues, guiding people through challenging times and into a better future.

If you are looking for confidential, professional counselling and rehabilitation support for a drug or alcohol addiction, or know someone who could benefit from Holyoake’s expertise, please contact us today.

4 Stafford Street
Midland, WA 6056

See website for other locations

Ph: 08 9274 7055 Fax: 08 9274 7066
Website: www.holyoake.org.au

Parent Drug Information Service

The Parent Drug Information Service is a confidential, non-judgemental, 24 hour/seven days a week helpline for families and carers seeking help for alcohol or other drug use.

Ph: 08 9442 5050 Country toll-free: 1800 653 203
Email: pdis@health.wa.gov.au
Website: www.dao.health.wa.gov.au


Quitline is a telephone service available to smokers who want to quit. A variety of resources also available on Quitline’s website

Monday to Friday: 8am to 8pm

Ph: 13 78 48
Website: www.quitnow.gov.au

SEA Drug Education
(“SEADEP” Swan Emergency Accommodation Drug Education Program)

This service is provided by Swan Emergency Accommodation and comprises of:
•Group education session
•1.1 Assessment and follow up
•On-going practical support
•Outreach to former clients
•Recreational activities
•Art activities

PO Box 1276
Midland, WA 6936

Ph: 08 9274 5382 Fax: 08 9250 1513
Email: admin@swanea.com
Website: www.swanea.com

St John of God Hospital – Home based drug and alcohol withdrawal service (DAWN)

The Drug & Alcohol Withdrawal Network supports you to manage your withdrawal from alcohol or drug use in your home environment. An experienced nurse works closely with your doctor and will regularly visit you at home throughout your withdrawal. The service supports you in reaching your goals to make changes that are realistic and sustainable. Free service across the metropolitan area.

PO Box 14
Subiaco, WA 6904

Ph: 08 9382 6111 Fax: 08 9381 7180
Email: info.subiaco@sjog.org.au
Website: www.sjog.org.au/other_services/dawn.aspx


Supervised Treatment Intervention Regime. A free program to assist people who have a substance use problem and are attending court.

Website: www.dao.health.wa.gov.au/Informationandresources/WADiversionProgram/SupervisedTreatmentInterventionRegimeSTIR.aspx

Information provided on this website is for the benefit of the community. While care has been taken to ensure the information provided is up to date and accurate at the time of publication, users should be aware that details may change over time, and also that listings do not constitute a recommendation by Midland Women’s Health Care Place. Should you find any details provided on the website are no longer accurate or up to date, please contact us.