Our goal is to improve health, wellbeing and social outcomes for individuals, families and the community, related to drug and alcohol use.
Drug and Alcohol Services in South East Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) provide treatment and support for people experiencing problems related to the use of alcohol, cannabis, stimulants, heroin or prescription medications (e.g. opioid analgesics, benzodiazepines).
An overview of Drug & Alcohol Services
SESLHD Drug and Alcohol Service offers a range of treatment and support services for people with problems from their alcohol, prescription or illicit drug use, and/or for their families and carers.
Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Services are located in clinics at:
- the Langton Centre in Surry Hills
- St George Hospital in Kogarah
- Caringbah Community Health Centre at Sutherland Hospital
Inpatient hospital Drug and Alcohol Services are provided at:
- Sydney Hospital
- Prince of Wales Hospital
- St. George Hospital
- Sutherland Hospital
We also provide outreach clinical services across a number of community locations in the district.
How to access Drug and Alcohol Services
People wishing to access the Drug and Alcohol Services can ‘self-refer’ by telephone or can be referred by health or welfare providers. A brief history is taken (including client’s details, substance use, and relevant medical, mental health and social circumstances), and an appointment or other referral options is provided.