Links & other information

Where can I get more information about drugs and other issues?

Lifeline 24/7 crisis support and suicide prevention services 13 11 14 or text 0477 13 11 14.

To find local services in your area use Lifeline's Service Finder.

For general information about alcohol and other drugs, you can visit the Alcohol and Drug Information Network website.

If you have any concerns about your own or others' alcohol or drug use, you can discuss this with your local General Practitioner.

If you want to contact a drug treatment agency, you can find out more about these services by visiting the Australian directory of alcohol and drug information services and treatment centres website.

Bulletin prepared by the AIHW and Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) that examines the demographics of methamphetamine users and their employment, education and health outcomes. It uses data from the National Drug Strategy Household Survey, the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program, the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services data collection and the National Prisoner Health Data Collection.

AIHW & AIC 2017. Australian methamphetamine user outcomes. AIC Statistical bulletin 03. Canberra: AIC.