Services listed on the HealthyGC Directory are for public information and are not endorsed by the Gold Coast Primary Health Network. 


Found 8 results, services for Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
 

Alcoholics Anonymous Helpline

We know how difficult it may be for you to talk to someone about your problem.  You can pick up the phone and talk anonymously to someone who knows exactly how you are feeling, because they've been through it too.
 
Phone our national helpline number 1300 22 22 22* and your call will be routed . . .

Phone: 1300 222 222 (9am-9pm Mon-Sun)

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Cannabis Information Line

The Helpline is a confidential information and support line for cannabis users and friends and family who are concerned about cannabis use by those close to them. We provide counselling, information and referrals that will assist you in your current situation. We will link you to the most appropriate support services and resources for your situatio. . .

Phone: 1800 304 050

Coaching With Substance

Coaching With Substance provides a structured and inspirational coaching environment where individuals can embrace sobriety, realise their full potential and re-create their life. Our goal is to work with clients so they can halt the process of addiction, improve their life skills, reclaim a sense of self-worth and achieve long ter. . .

Phone: 0403 280 311

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Counselling Online

Counselling Online provides assistance to Australian residents concerned about alcohol & other drugs. 

Our primary service is online text-based counselling for people concerned about their own drinking or drug use. The service is equally available to people concerned about a family member, relative or frien. . .

Phone: 1800 888 236

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Family Drug Support 24 Hour Telephone Helpline

Family Drug Support is a caring, non-religious organisation which provides non-judgemental, non-directive support and information to families and friends of alcohol/drug dependent people across Australia.
 
FDS believe families are important and any connection with the alcohol/drug user is critical.  Sadly. . .

Phone: 1300 368 186

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Hello Sunday Morning: Day Break

Daybreak is an online program that helps you change your relationship with alcohol through a supportive community, habit-change experiments, and one-on-one chat with health coaches.

Is Daybreak for me?

Here are some common reasons people get help from our community:
FAMILY
A common trigger people . . .

Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We suggest that you keep an . . .

Phone: 1300 652 820

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Smokers Quitline

Quitline (13 78 48) is a confidential, free service for people who want to quit smoking. The service will provide you with information, advice and assistance tailored to your particular needs. Counsellors are available 7am–10pm, 7 days a week. Calls from anywhere in Australia cost the price of a local call (calling from a mobile costs mo. . .

Phone: 13 QUIT (13 7848)

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