There are a range of services available in South Australia for people who experience problems with alcohol and other drugs, which means there are many options for people with differing needs and treatment preferences.

Find a service near you.
For information about all alcohol and other drug treatment and support services in South Australia visit Know Your Options. This website provides individuals, families and health professionals with a directory of services and information about treatment options and selecting a service.

Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA)

Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) is a statewide health service that offers a range of treatment services for people with alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues.

Services and Locations



Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS)

The Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS) is a confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service for the general public, concerned family and friends, students and health professionals.

To contact the Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS) call 1300 13 1340 (8.30 am to 10.00 pm every day). Interstate callers can contact ADIS on (08) 7087 1743.

For more information about ADIS visit the Alcohol and Drug Information Service page.

Community Partnership Program

Have your say
DASSA welcomes the input of its clients, their families, or others who are impacted by alcohol, tobacco or other drug policy. To find out more about how to provide feedback or have a say at DASSA, please go to the Community Partnership Program page.


Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Public Consultation

DASSA has released for public consultation a draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, as required under the South Australian Disability Inclusion Act 2019. We would like your feedback to ensure we have included actions that are innovative and flexible, and support the inclusion of people with disability in accessing our services. We invite people with disability, their carers, family, organisations and other interested parties to provide comments by 5pm, 23 October 2020.

Your feedback will be used to develop the final version of our DAIP, which will be published on the DASSA website by the end of October 2020.