Phone: 9629 8900 (Vic Office)
Monday - Thursday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Listen to recorded message other times.
helps you cope with living with the problem drinking of someone close.
provides support for teenagers whose lives are affected by the problem drinking of a parent or other family member.
Immediate counselling, information, support and referral, including crisis intervention for drug users and family members. Support in dealing with the impact of drugs and assistance in developing strategies to deal with alcohol or drug problems.
NA Narcotics Anonymous
Meetings held several days each week, at varying times, in different Frankston locations.
list of local meetings
(1 page PDF).
Narcotics Anonymous believes in the therapeutic value of one addict helping another. Members share their experiences and recovery from addiction at meetings.
Youth Substance Abuse Service (YSAS)
62 Playne St, Frankston
Monday to Friday 9.00am-8.00pm
(03) 9770 5622
1800 458 685
Drug and alcohol services for young people aged 12 - 21 experiencing significant problems related to their drug use. YSAS work closely with the person involved, opening up opportunities and helping them gain the knowledge and skills they need to live more optimistically and reduce drug-related harms.
Frankston and Mornington Drug and Alcohol Service (FaMDAS)
Frankston Integrated Health Centre (FIHC),
Frankston Flinders Road (AKA Hastings Road)
Next to Frankston Hospital
Mel Ref. 100A G11
Parking fees apply.
1300 792 977
24 Hours, 7 Days a week.
FaMDAS assists people experiencing difficulties related to their drug and alcohol use. All services provided by FamDAS are strictly confidential and free unless otherwise stated.
Outpatient/home based Withdrawal,
Post Withdrawal Support,
Drink Drive Licence Restoration (not free).
For Youth: Outreach, Counselling and Supported Accommodation (rent not free).
Frankston Salvation Army (PYFS)
1800 825 955 (24 hour)
Counselling including drug & alcohol support.
Windana helps people who have become disconnected from their family, friends and community due to drug and alcohol use by providing treatment services through a variety of programs. Clients learn new social and practical life skills to help rebuild their lives.
St John of God — Pinelodge Drug and Alcohol Recovery