South Canterbury

Want help?

If you’re concerned about your drinking or drug use or worried about someone you know, there’s lots of support available to help you cut down or stop.

Here are some signs that you (or someone you know) may need help:

If you ticked 1 or more of the above, it might be time to make a change.
But don’t worry, the path to recovery is not one you have to take alone.

Tips for staying on track

Well done on making the change to cut down or stop drinking or using drugs. The below video offers some tips and tricks to help you stay on track.

Medical Centre

Talk to your doctor or practice nurse. They can provide advice and support, including referrals to counselling and other services.

Addiction Services

Kensington Inpatient Unit

Mental Health Brief Intervention Service (MHBIS):

Medical Centre

Medical Centre

Talk to your doctor or practice nurse. They can provide advice and support, including referrals to counselling and other services.

Addiction Services

Kensington Inpatient Unit

Mental Health Brief
Intervention Service (MHBIS)

National Services

Alcohol & Drug Helpline

Depression Services

Tips for staying on track

Well done on making the change to cut down or stop drinking or using drugs. The below video offers some tips and tricks to help you stay on track.

Medical Centre

Talk to your doctor or practice nurse. They can provide advice and support, including referrals to counselling and other services.

Addiction Services

Kensington Inpatient Unit

Mental Health Brief Intervention Service (MHBIS):

Medical Centre

Medical Centre

Talk to your doctor or practice nurse. They can provide advice and support, including referrals to counselling and other services.

Addiction Services

Kensington Inpatient Unit

Mental Health Brief
Intervention Service (MHBIS)

National Services

Alcohol & Drug Helpline

Depression Services

South Canterbury