Peninsula Health’s Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) Services offer a range of treatment and support for people and their families experiencing difficulties relating to their use of Alcohol and Other Drugs.
At Peninsula Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Services, clinicians and allied health staff work together to improve the outcomes of patients who have issues associated with Alcohol or Other Drugs.
How To Get Help
If you are concerned about your AOD use, there are different ways to get help, including:
- Going to your local doctor/GP to get a referral to see a private mental health practitioner (e.g., psychologist, social worker)
- Completing the online assessment and self-referral form
- Contacting Access Peninsula Health on 1300 665 781 to discuss Frankston and Mornington Drug and Alcohol Services (FaMDAS)
- Contacting Directline 24/7 on 1800 888 236
The treatment you receive depends on what you want to get out of it and how you want to live your life.
To plan for the best treatment options for you, FaMDAS needs to collect information from you. The quickest way to provide FaMDAS with the required information is to complete the online assessment tool below