Alcohol dependence - don't go it alone

For some people, drinking can escalate from choosing to have a drink occasionally, to needing to drink each day. For many Australians, there is a fine line between being in charge of their drinking and having drinking control them.

For some people, alcohol increasingly becomes their life.

Relying on willpower alone to beat alcohol dependence doesn't work for most people.

The good news is that it can be treated.

If you want to stop the hold drinking has on your life or someone you care about, don't go it alone.

We can help.

Try our online self-assessment.

St John of God Health Care, NSW Services has been successfully helping people with alcohol dependence for more than 30 years.

Our people are highly experienced and our services are confidential and caring. We understand alcohol dependence and most importantly, we can help you build knowledge and power to beat the addiction.

For a confidential assessment that can set you on the road to recovery and claim your life back, call 1300 857 427.

Please Note: Most clients attending our treatment facilities have private health insurance, although some are able to self-fund their admissions. Due to the demand for our service please expect a short waiting list.

Contact us for help
Is alcohol a problem for me?
To determine whether you or someone you care about has a problem with alcohol take this simple self-assessment on alcohol use.
Beating alcohol dependence
Recognising that you or someone you care about may be alcohol dependent can be hard. For many people it can take years of alcohol misuse before they are ready to face reality.
How we can help you with your alcohol addiction
We can help you. We have state-of-the-art inpatient, day patient and evening programs. They are located in our two hospitals - Burwood and Richmond