Drug and alcohol services
Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) is a statewide health service that offers a range of prevention, treatment, education and community-based services for all South Australians.
The Alcohol & Drug Information Service (ADIS) on 1300 13 1340 provides 24-hour confidential telephone counselling and information. This service is available toll-free to all members of the South Australian community. Callers can access treatment services, as well as general information about tobacco, alcohol and illicit drugs, through this service. Specific information is provided for:
- parents and families
- young people
- Aboriginal people
- community businesses and organisations
- health professionals and researchers.
For more information, go to: www.dassa.sa.gov.au
The Hepatitis C Helpline is 1300 HEP ABC (1300 437 222) and provides helpline information and support for people affected by viral hepatitis in South Australia.
For information about alcohol and how to reduce the health risks from alcohol consumption, go to: www.alcohol.sa.gov.au