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Below is a list of options for alcohol and drug support, including sobering up centres, rehabilitation centres, alcohol and drug counselling, youth support services offering alcohol and drug support, and alcohol and drug support groups. If you cannot find local alcohol and drug support services for your area, you can find state and national alcohol and drug support services at the bottom of this page, including alcohol and drug counsellors, and those providing information about treatment options and referrals to local services.
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State and National Alcohol and Drugs Services Services
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
A national website allowing you to find help for you or a loved one experiencing harm from alcohol or other drugs, by plugging in your answers to a handful of quick questions, and the intuitive portal will match you with the best information and services based on your specific needs and circumstances. You don’t need to know what you’re looking for – Path2Help will find it for you.
A state-wide, confidential, non-judgemental, telephone service giving a single point of contact for anyone concerned about their own or another person’s alcohol and other drug use and/or mental health issues. Contact is one-to-one with a qualified counsellor or professional peer practitioner based in WA. Peer practitioners have a lived experience of alcohol and other drug use and/or mental health issues and recovery and are trained to use their experiences to support individuals living with similar issues. Provided by the Mental Health Commission of WA.
The Parent and Family Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone concerned about a loved one’s alcohol or drug use. Callers have the option to speak to an experienced parent volunteer.
The counsellor who answers your call can:
Listen to your concerns
Provide you with information about alcohol or drug use
Provide emotional support and professional advice
Offer to transfer you to a parent volunteer for peer support
Talk about support options for you and your loved one
Refer you to local services that can provide you and your family with ongoing support