If you or someone you know is affected by drug or alcohol use and need help please call our AccessLine number on 1800 800 944 (free) available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week.
In an emergency, please contact 000.
How will our Specialist Drug and Alcohol Services help you?
Substance use can be a confronting and challenging issue. We provide non-judgemental support, advice and treatment options for all members of our community.
You are not alone. Call us today so we can help guide you to the information or treatment you are seeking. We are here to help you get your life back on track.
Drug and alcohol clinicians are based in each of the community mental health drug and alcohol services across Murrumbidgee (see map below).
Albury Wodonga Health provide community mental health and drug and alcohol services to the Albury Wodonga Region including Culcairn, Henty, Holbrook, Burrumbuttock, Urana, Oaklands and Corowa.
Specialist Drug and Alcohol programs and treatments we provide:
Drug & Alcohol Counselling
Helps you and your families understand and manage the complex issues relating to substance use. An assessment allows us to inform you about available treatment or options.
Medically supported treatment for people withdrawing from mild to moderate alcohol and/or drug dependence.
Specialist Substance Use in Pregnancy Service (SUPPS-C)
Specialist advice and treatment for women with substance use issues during pregnancy.
Opioid Treatment Program
Methadone, Buprenorphine or suboxone treatment for people who are dependent on prescribed or illicit opioids. Case management supports patients to access a range of assistance for their drug dependence.
Magistrates’ Early Referral into Treatment Program (MERIT)
The MERIT Program is a local court based voluntary diversion program for 3 months for adults with criminal charges and illicit drug use problems who are eligible for release on bail and keen to undertake drug treatment.
Confidential assessment, treatment and support for people concerned about their own cannabis use or that of their children or family.
Quit for New Life Program
Supports women who identify as having an Aboriginal baby to quit smoking during pregnancy.
Naloxone therapy is used to treat opioid overdose and is saving lives in our community.