Drug & Alcohol Services
We run a range of community and residential programs across Queensland, helping thousands of people each year deal with alcohol and drug problems and move forward in life.
All of our services are delivered professionally, and in confidence. Our support is free, though our residential services incur a small charge.
- Counselling and support
- Live-in residential programs
- Working with young people
- Support for family and friends
- Working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Prison and court programs
- Community outreach.
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Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Drug and Alcohol Counselling, Drug and/or alcohol counselling
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