About the Directory
About the ACT ATOD Services Directory: Version 17
The ACT ATOD Services Directory communicates the diverse range of services and programs available in the ACT alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) sector. It aims to support workers to make referrals, increase cross and intra-sectoral knowledge, and foster collaborations.
The Directory was developed in response to the identified need of the ATOD sector, and has been produced as a partnership between ATODA and the ACT ATOD Workers Group. For further information about the Workers Group visit: www.atoda.org.au/about/about-atod-sector/workers-group
What’s not included?
ATODA acknowledges the gaps in this resource. Full profiles are provided for agencies funded or delivered by the ACT Government Health Directorate to provide ATOD treatment or support services (including those represented on the ACT ATOD Workers Group). Briefer profiles are also included on additional programs that provide ATOD specific support throughout the Directory.
How to Use This Directory
The Directory profiles are searchable by service type, setting type, age range and service name by using the top navigation menu.
All profiles can be exported in PDF, downloaded in PDF, printed or emailed individually by visiting the respective page and clicking on the relevant links at the bottom. Additional content is included as Quicklinks at the bottom of the Directory webpage.
Each profile, where relevant, provides the following information:
Includes the service/program phone number, fax number, mailing address, email address, location, website and parent organisation where applicable.
Includes information on whether the service/program is residential or non-residential.
Includes information on the maximum waiting time for the service/program.
Provides information on the extent and type of services provided for people waiting to access treatment.
Describes who the service/program works with.
Details any documentation that is required to access the service/program.
When and how to access
Describes operating hours, any accessibility exclusions, any requirements to access, disability access, referral requirements, any transport assistance and childcare available.
Describes assessment processes and requirements, including components of specialist alcohol tobacco and other drug assessments
Use of Drug Testing
Provides information on the use of drug testing in programs, process and the methods of collection
Admission requirements (residential services only)
Describes the times admission is available and any admission requirements.
Details what is offered, and the approach of the service/program.
Provides information on additional, non-ATOD specific supports available.
Hepatitis and Sexual Health
Provides information on extent and type of screening, treatment and referral for viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections.
Harm Reduction Initiatives
Provides information on the types of harm reduction initiatives available
Provides information on the extent and type of opioid overdose education/prevention and support to access to naloxone
Provides information on the extent and type of services provided for people experiencing co-occurring ATOD and mental health issues.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Provides information on the extent and type of services available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Culturally and linguistically diverse
Provides information on the extent and type of services available for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Provides information on the extent and type of services provided to reduce the harms associated with exposure to tobacco.
Provides information on any program/service costs including rent or other fees.
Provides information on available specialist staff.
Help for families and carers
Provides information on the extent and types of support that is available for families and carers.
Alexander Maconochie Centre
Provides information on the extent and types of support that can be offered to people in the Alexander Maconochie Centre.
Bimberi Youth Justice Centre
Provides information on the extent and types of support that can be offered to people in Bimberi Youth Justice Centre.
The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA) would like to thank all of the individuals and services who gave their time and effort to contributing to this Directory. It would not have been possible without:
- The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT Staff Team
- The ACT ATOD Workers Group, including:
Alcohol and Drug Services, ACT Health
Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Policy Unit, ACT Health
Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)
Canberra Alliance for Harm Minimisation and Advocacy
CatholicCare Canberra and Goulburn
Gugan Gulwan Youth Aboriginal Corporation
Karralika Programs Inc.
Solaris Therapeutic Community, ACT Corrective Services
Ted Noffs Foundation ACT
The Salvation Army
Toora Women Inc.
Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service
- The ACT ATOD Executive Directors Group
The Directory is funded by ACT Health.
Last Updated on April 2019