Links and Contact Details

Ad Standards

The Advertising Standards Bureau administers the advertising self-regulation and provides a free public service in complaint resolution.
Level 2, 97 Northbourne Avenue
Turner ACT 2612
Fax: (02) 6262 9833

Alcohol and Drug Support Line

The Alcohol and Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone counselling, information and referral service for anyone seeking help for their own or another person's alcohol or drug use. The service is available 24/7 via phone.
Phone: (08) 9442 5000
Country Toll-free: 1800 198 024

Australian Drug Foundation

National Office Level 12, 607 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
General Enquiries
Phone: 03 9611 6100
Fax: 03 8672 5983
PO Box 818, North Melbourne, 3051
Office Phone: 03 9611 6100 
Information Line: 1300 85 85 84

Community Alcohol and Drug Services

Community Alcohol and Drug Services provide local support for individuals, families and communities to prevent and reduce the abuse of alcohol and other drugs.


North Metro
Joondalup: (08) 9301 3200
Warwick:(08) 9246 6767

Northeast Metro
Midland: (08) 9274 7055

Southeast Metro
Thornlie: (08) 9267 2400
Armdale: (08) 9399 5344

South Metro
Fremantle: (08) 9430 5966
Rockingham: (08) 9550 9200
Mandurah: (08) 9581 4010


Kalgoorlie: (08) 9021 3069 or 1300 664 137
Esperance: (08) 9071 5169 or 1300 664 137

Great Southern
Albany: (08) 9892 2100
Katanning: (08) 9821 8306
Denmark: (08) 9892 2100

Broome: (08) 9194 2640
Derby: (08) 9193 1633
Kununurra: (08) 9166 4350

Community Health Centre
51 - 85 Shenton Street
Geraldton WA 6530
Phone: (08) 9956 2424

3/7 Tonkin Street
South Hedland WA 6722
Phone: 1800 005 579

109 Beach Road
Bunbury WA 6230
Phone: (08) 9721 9256

Northam: (08) 9621 1055 or 1800 447 172
Narrogin: (08) 9881 1999

Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Department of Racing Gaming and Liquor

Department of Racing, Gaming & Liquor promotes and maintains the integrity of lawful racing, gambling and liquor activities.
Phone: (08) 6551 4888
Country callers: 1800 634 541

UWA Fogarty Foundation Youth Leadership Program

The Leadership Program expands Scholars’ horizons by initiating opportunities for the Scholars to learn from, and have access to, a network of leaders, gain insight into how our community works and how they can positively make a contribution.

Family and Domestic Violence

24 Hours Police (emergency only) 000
Your nearest Police station: 13 14 44
Crisis Care Unit: (08) 9223 1111 or 1800 199 008
Family Help Line: (08) 9223 1100 or 1800 643 000
Parenting Help Line: (08) 9272 1466
Men's Domestic Violence Help Line: (08) 9223 1199 or 1800 000 599
Kids Help Line: 1800 551 800


Healthway provides grants to health and research organisations as well as sponsorships to sport, arts, racing and community groups, which encourage healthy lifestyles and advance health promotion programs.
Phone: (08) 9488 6700
Freecall: 1800 198 450

Injury Matters

Injury Matters is an organisation committed to making a difference. We’re supportive of our people and pragmatic in our approach to injury prevention in Western Australia. For over 25 years, we have worked to prevent injury and support recovery within the community.
Phone: (08) 6166 7688

Keep Australia Beautiful WA

Striving for a litter-free Western Australia we have a range of fun, exciting and innovative programs in which everyone can participate.
Phone: (08) 6364 7210

Leavers WA

This website is designed to provide tips to stay safe during Leavers.

Local Drug Action Group

Local Drug Action Groups focus their work on engaging and supporting communities in planning and participating in projects that aim to prevent and reduce drug-related harm.
Level 1, 1 Nash Street
Perth WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9370 0364

Aboriginal Health

Aboriginal Health, a statewide office within WA Health, is responsible for facilitating a collaborative and coordinated approach within WA Health’s public health system to improve health outcomes for all Aboriginal people living in Western Australia. Aboriginal Health is principally positioned to provide high level strategic leadership including advice for matters which directly and indirectly impact health outcomes.

Road Safety Commission

The Road Safety Commission plays a major role in saving lives on WA roads through its co-ordination of state road safety strategy and policy, and through promotion of road safety issues.
Phone: 1300 999 772

Parent and Family Drug Support Line

The Parent and Family Drug Support Line is a confidential, non-judgemental telephone counselling, information and referral service for families and carers concerned about a loved one's alcohol or drug use. Professional counsellors are available via phone 24/7.
In addition to professional counsellors, the Parent and Family Drug Support Line has a network of trained parent volunteers who have experienced their own child's alcohol or drug use. Parent volunteers are available via phone between 8:00am and 10:00pm each day.
Metro phone: (08) 9442 5050
Country toll-free: 1800 653 203

School Drug Education and Road Aware

SDERA - School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA) is a joint initiative of the Department of Education, the Catholic Education Office, the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australian and the Mental Health Commission to implement the strategic plan for drug education in Western Australia. SDERA is the state government's primary strategy for alcohol and other drugs education through schools.
Statewide Services Centre
33 Giles Avenue
Padbury WA 6025
Phone: (08) 9402 6415

Sexual Assault Resource Centre

Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) provides medical, forensic and counselling services to victims of sexual assault.
Crisis Line (24 hours): (08) 6458 1828 or 1800 199 888
Counselling Line (24 hours): (08) 6458 1828

Western Australian Police

Call 000 for life threatening emergencies
For Police assistance dial: 131 444

Western Australian Local Government Association

The Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) is the peak organisation of all Local Governments in Western Australia.
Phone: (08) 9213 2000


Worksafe is responsible for the administration of work safety and health laws. WorkSafe undertakes a wide range of regulatory activities as well as industry and community awareness programs.

Page last updated: 24 August 2020

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