Drug & Alcohol Services
The Meth Helpline is is a Statewide 24-hour telephone service providing confidential, non-judgemental counselling, information, referral and support to anyone concerned about their own or someone else's meth use.
Contact with our support lines is one-to-one with a professional counsellor. The counsellor who answers your call can:
- Listen to what is going on for you.
- Provide you with information about meth use.
- Provide emotional support.
- Talk about treatment options.
- Refer you to local services that can provide ongoing support.
We can also provide:
- Interim support to individuals waiting for face to face counselling/treatment.
- A free call back service to socially and geographically isolated clients.
- Support to health professionals working with individuals and families impacted by meth use.
If English not your first language, you can get free translation support through Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) by phoning 131 450
Speech or hearing difficulties
If you have speech or hearing difficulties you can contact us by phone through the National Relay Service
Quick Facts About The Region
Contact 24hr Meth Helpline
Online Service Yes
Phone Service Yes
Accessible By Anyone
Age Ranges All ages
Alcohol Addiction, Drug Addiction, Drug and/or alcohol counselling, Drug and/or alcohol information/referral, Drug and/or alcohol support groups, Residential alcohol and/or drug dependence treatment
The Mental Health Commission strives to establish mental health, alcohol and other drug systems that meet the needs of Western Australia’s population and deliver quality outcomes for individuals and their families. Our mission is to be a respected leader in commissioning, providing and partnering in the delivery of: - prevention, promotion and early intervention programs - treatment, services and supports - research, policy and system improvements. The Commission was established on 8 March 2010 to lead mental health reform throughout the State and work towards a modern effective mental health system that places the individual and their recovery at the centre of its focus. The Commission was created initially by transferring existing resources of the Mental Health Division of the Department of Health. On 1 July 2015, the Mental Health Commission and the Drug and Alcohol Office amalgamated, establishing an integrated approach to mental health and alcohol and other drugs service delivery for Western Australia. The merger recognises that commonly, drug and alcohol and mental health problems co-exist. Studies estimate that at least 30% to 50% of people with mental health or alcohol or other drug problems have co-occurring problems. We do not provide direct mental health services, but purchase services for the State from a range of providers including public Health Service Providers, a wide range of non-government organisations and private service providers. Since the amalgamation we are also responsible for the network of drug and alcohol treatment services and programs formerly provided or purchased by the Drug and Alcohol Office.Visit MENTAL HEALTH COMMISSION website