The Alcohol and Drug Service (ADIS) is primarily intended to provide support counselling and treatment information to alcohol and drug users and their families/significant others.
Where can I get help for my studies?
A range of topics on drugs and alcohol are accessible via the web. It can be a challenge to discern the reliability and integrity of the multitude of information available. The Alcohol & Drug Information Service NSW supports critically reviewed not-for-profit sites. Below are several that we endorse.
NSW Health offer information on a broad range of drug and alcohol related topics. These include Drug Programs Bureau Projects, Alcohol, Drugs, and Treatment guidelines. You can visit the NSW health site here.
The Drug Information @ Your Local Library site operates as a gateway to other sites on the internet. The links available through this web site have been assessed using Quality Assurance Guidelines developed by the Health Information Service at the State Library of NSW and adapted by the di@yll project's Expert Reference Group. Click here.
The Alcohol and Drug Information Network (ADIN) site offers search results from 1500+ quality assured sites to ensure the most comprehensive search of Australian and international alcohol and drug information. Every website has been critically reviewed by alcohol and drug professionals for credible and useable content. Click here.
The professional drug and alcohol counsellors at ADIS can also offer educational information on a number of drug and alcohol related issues. Contact us for further details.