Anglicare Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service Plus (ADATS+)
Anglicare Tasmania’s free state wide Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service (ADATS and ADATS+) is run by professional allied health workers who will provide you with tailored treatment designed to support you to reduce the harm and impacts of substances on your life.
Our Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service Plus (ADATS+) is specifically for young people aged 12+, or for people who are also experiencing homelessness or mental health issues.
Both ADATS and ADATS+ works within a brief intervention model utilising motivational interviewing and strength based models to help you take ownership of your own recovery with a focus of an initial 3 months intervention, and up to six months in total.
Our support includes:
- Initial assessment and brief intervention
- 6 support sessions over a 3 month period
- Aftercare plan developed if required with additional sessions
This program is supported by funding from Tasmania PHN (Primary Health Tasmania) through the Australian Governments PHN Program.
Who this service is for
Alcohol and Drug treatment for young people aged 12+, or for people who are also experiencing homelessness or mental health issues.
To access ADATS and ADATS+ you can either self-refer or be referred by your GP, community services agencies or other allied health professionals.
To self-refer call Anglicare’s Alcohol and other Drug Helpline on 1800 161 266 (operates Monday to Friday between 9 am and 5 pm). Or you can visit one of our offices.
Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm
How this service is delivered
This program is available statewide.
Call or visit us online
To make an appointment call 1800 243 232 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
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