The Alcohol and Drug Service is a statewide service that provides treatment to individuals and their families for alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues.
All of our services are free, voluntary and confidential. We work with both adults and young people.
The Alcohol and Drug Service provide a variety of programs, interventions and treatment services which include:
- Community Teams - Psychosocial Interventions
- Inpatient Withdrawal Unit
- Pharmacotherapy Program
- Smoking Cessation Program
We provide a number of programs to help people and their families with alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues.
Our services include:
- intake and assessment
- case management and coordination of care
- withdrawal management
- relapse prevention
- secondary consultation
- brief intervention
- counselling, group work and therapy
- health promotion, information and community education.
We are located in Launceston, Hobart and Ulverstone with services provided to rural areas.
To make an appointment or for more information phone 1300 139 641.
Tasmanian Government funded community service organisations
A range of community service organisations are funded by the Alcohol and Drug Service to deliver a range of services around the state. The Alcohol and Drug Service works closely with community sector organisations to provide the best service to clients. These services include:
- Advocacy Support Services
- Care Coordination
- Counselling and Support Services
- Family Support Services
- Health Promotion, Education, Training Services
- Non-medical sobering up facilities/places of safety facilities
- Residential Rehabilitation Programs
- Smoking Cessation Service
- Youth specific services.