How we help with drug addiction & alcoholism

Live-in programs

In-community programs

Training & Research

Where we deliver drug & alcohol services

Services, Map, Lyndon

Where we deliver drug & alcohol services

Services, Map, Lyndon
3000

treatment episodes each year

2430

completed the rehab program

7

service locations across NSW

825

Drug and Alcohol First Aid:
People trained since 2015

3000

treatment episodes each year

2430

completed the rehab program

7

service locations across NSW

825

Drug and Alcohol First Aid:
People trained since 2015

Featured Drug & Alcohol Services

Lyndon Withdrawal/Detox Unit

Supporting clients with the withdrawal process and empowering them to make informed decisions about substance abuse.

Murdi Paaki Drug & Alcohol Network

Supporting the services available to Aboriginal people in remote NSW to better care for those with drug and alcohol problems.

Drug & Alcohol First Aid Courses

Providing specialty training to help service providers, workplaces and community members recognize and manage drug and alcohol misuse.

Featured Drug & Alcohol Services

Lyndon Withdrawal/Detox Unit

Murdi Paaki Drug & Alcohol Network

Drug & Alcohol First Aid Courses

Supporting clients with the withdrawal process and empowering them to make informed decisions about substance abuse.

Supporting the services available to Aboriginal people in remote NSW to better care for those with drug and alcohol problems.

Providing specialty training to help service providers, workplaces and community members recognize and manage drug and alcohol misuse.

Lyndon acknowledges the peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, and upholds and respects their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.

Lyndon celebrates diversity within our communities and welcomes all people through our door for support, without judgment or discrimination. We work with people, irrespective of their ethnicity, lifestyle choice, sexual orientation, gender identity, intersex variance, abilities, religious or cultural backgrounds or health or financial status. Everyone has the right to live well, with dignity and respect. 

Lyndon does not offer emergency services. If in an emergency, call 000. For 24/7 support you can call the Alcohol and Drug Information Service on 1800 422 599 or the Mental Health Emergency Care Rural Access Program on 1800 011 511

 

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