Alcohol and Other Drugs Program

The IWC Alcohol and Other Drugs program provides counseling, case management, early intervention and education services. It does so through:


  • Providing education and information sessions.

  • Case management including referrals to internal and external services.

  • Delivering and participating in AOD-free initiatives.

  • Liaising with agencies and community groups.

  • Advocacy.

To help deal with the underpinning causes and outcomes of AOD usage, we offer whole-of-person health, wellbeing and family services. These include:


  • Chronic disease support

  • Psychology

  • Counseling 

  • Hearing checks

  • Dental

  • Families Program


Who Can Use the Service?

At an individual case management level, the IWC AOD program is available to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) individuals and their households.

Self-referral is available. In addition, AOD case management can be made via:

  • A doctor

  • Parole and Probation services

  • A community agency

  • Or individuals can self-refer themselves


The IWC AOD program is committed to protecting the privacy of all service users and is bound by the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 and IWC Policy. You can read and download the IWC Ltd Privacy Policy by clicking here