Services Directory



ACON offers a range of services to members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities and people living with HIV including:


  • A Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) that provides people with FREE sterile injecting equipment and safer injecting advice ;
  • Clinic 414 which provides FREE, anonymous and confidential health care services (such as Hepatitis C assessment and access to treatment, wound care, sexual health check-ups and general check-ups ) to people who use drugs; and
  • Substance support which provides confidential FREE short term counselling (up to 12 sessions) for LGBTI people and people with HIV seeking support in relation to their use of alcohol and other drugs. ACON’s substance support service provides face to face counselling in our Sydney, Hunter and Lismore offices. Skype and Phone counselling is also available across NSW.

ACON (Sydney)

414 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010.
9206 2000 or check out

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ADIS (Alcohol and Drug Information Service)

ADIS is a 24 hour telephone based information and referral service call 9361 8000 in Sydney or 1800 422 599 (non-metro areas)



Al-Anon is a support group to help family members and friends cope with their loved ones alcohol use.

PH 1300 ALANON (1300 252 666) or check out


Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

Alcoholics anonymous are a 12-step based abstinence self-support group for people who have a problem with alcohol or suspect they may have a problem.

1300 222 222 or check out


Carers NSW

Carers NSW is an association for relatives and friends caring for people with a disability, mental illness, drug and alcohol dependencies, chronic condition, terminal illness or who are frail.

Free call 1800 242 636 or visit –


CMA – Crystal Meth Anonymous (NSW)

A 12-step fellowship group for people wanting to quit their use of crystal methamphetamine.

For more information call (24-7) 0414 660 851


Family Drug Support (FDS)

Family Drug Support is a non-religious and non-judgemental support and information service for people who have a friend or family member with a drug problem.

1300 368 186 (24/7) or visit their website –


Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service NSW

Gay and Lesbian counselling Service of NSW (GLCS) provides free, anonymous and confidential telephone counselling, information and referral services and support groups for GLBT people.

(02) 8594 9596 Mon-Sun 5.30pm – 10pm or visit their website at



Nar-Anon groups are self-help support groups for family and friends of people who have a problem with drugs.

For more information call (02) 9418 8728 or check out


Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

Narcotics Anonymous is a 12-step based abstinence self-support group for people who have a problem with drug use or suspect they may have a problem.

204 King Street, Newtown, NSW 2042

1300 652 820 or check out



The New South Wales Users and AIDS Association (NUAA) is a peer based organisation. NUAA provides information, referral and support and free sterile injecting equipment.

For more information call 02 8354 7300 or 1800 644 413 or check out


Rainbow Recovery

The Rainbow Recovery Club provides a meeting place, primarily for gay, lesbian and transgender people, in twelve step program.

For more information check out  or email



The S-Check clinic provides Bio-Psycho-Social assessments, information and referrals for people who use stimulants including crystal, base, ice, meth, cocaine or ecstasy.

The Stimulant Check-up is a comprehensive health check where people can explore the impacts of their stimulant use on their health and day to day functioning. The clinic is free of charge and available for people who use stimulants and who are not particularly seeking drug treatment and who have some concerns or questions around their use of substances.

For more information: Call 02 9361 8079 or check out


SMART Recovery Group

Self-Management and Recovery Training (SMART) groups offer support and strategies for people who want to manage their alcohol and other drug use.

Point 1: Enhancing and Maintaining Motivation to Abstain
Point 2: Coping with Urges
Point 3: Problem Solving (Managing thoughts, feelings and behaviours)
Point 4: Lifestyle Balance (Balancing momentary and enduring satisfactions)

For more information call 02 9373 5100 or check out


Stimulant treatment line

The Stimulant treatment line is NSW wide telephone service that provides education, information, referral, crisis counselling and support specifically for people who use stimulant drugs such as methamphetamine, ecstasy and cocaine.

For more information call (24-7)  Sydney Metropolitan 02 9361 8088 or Regional & rural NSW: free call * 1800 10 11 88 or check out


Stimulant Treatment Program (STP)

STP is an LGBTI friendly counselling service for people who have concerns with their stimulant drug use.

For more information call (02) 9361 8088 or check out



If you are under the age of 26 and identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer or transgender or are same-sex attracted, gender diverse or intersex, Twenty10 can help you access the support you may need.

For more information call (02) 8594 9555 or visit their website at



WHOs is a service that provides a range of therapeutic programs for people seeking to abstain from alcohol and/or other drug use and reduce or stabilise their opioid substitution programs (for example methadone and buprenorphine)


For more information check out