Police and Court Drug Diversion Service
Provides programs that aim to divert people apprehended for alcohol and other drug (AOD) use or AOD related offences from the judicial system into the health system
Wait timeContact the service for more information
After hours supportNo
Intake Phone Number02 5124 1655
The Police and Court Drug Diversion Service, provides programs that aim to divert people apprehended for AOD use or AOD related offences from the judicial system into the health system, through a range of programs. Programs that are available: Youth Alcohol Diversion (YAD), Illicit Drug Diversion (IDD) and Court Alcohol and Drug Assessment Service (CADAS).
Age range eligibility18-25 year old
DocumentationReferral other: Referral from the court or Australian Federal Police required.
Use of drug testingDrug testing not used or not applicable
Harm reduction initiativesProvides alcohol tobacco or other drug education sessions (e.g., harm reduction strategies, safer injecting information)
Treatment durationThe program duration is variable, contact the service for more information
Reduce ATOD use
Gain control over drug use
Delivery modeAppointment required
Phone support available
Face to face support available
ACT and NSW residentsAccepts ACT residents
Cultural, diversity and vulnerable group capabilitiesAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Disability accessAccessible toilets
Family/children support and accessOther support and/or access program information:
Additional program services or supportOrganisation website provides details and more information
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