From your answers today you may benefit from reading more information about the risks associated with tobacco, alcohol or other drug use. If you have concerns about your tobacco, alcohol or other drug use you should discuss it with your health care provider.
From your answers today you may benefit from speaking to a healthcare provider about your alcohol or other drug use. Your GP is a good starting point; they can work out how your health is being affected and they know local treatment options.
If you don’t have a regular GP, click here to find a directory of GPs in your area.
You might want to consider accessing online counselling. This confidential service for people concerned about their own drinking or drug use can link you to local treatment services for ongoing help. The service is also available to people concerned about a family member, relative or friend.
Alternatively you may wish to discuss your situation with someone from the Alcohol and Drug Information Service on 1300 131 340 (South Australian callers only). This is a free, confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service.
From your answers today it is recommended that you take action and speak to your healthcare provider or a drug and alcohol service about your alcohol and or other drug use. Whatever option you choose to take, know that there are non-judgemental and supportive services ready to assist you.
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There is a range of services available in South Australia for people who experience problems with alcohol and other drugs, which means there are many options for people with differing needs and treatment preferences. Many of these services are free.