Turning Point Drug & Alcohol Centre

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About This Service

Turning Point Alcohol & Drug Centre was established in 1994 to provide leadership to the drug and alcohol field in Victoria, Australia. Turning Point amalgamated with public health provider, Eastern Health in October 2009 and is formally affiliated with Monash University.  They are part of the International Network of Drug Treatment & Rehabilitation Resource Centres for the United Nations Office of Drugs & Crime (UNODC), and a member of the International Harm Reduction Association. They are also a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and an accredited Higher Education Provider.

Turning Point strive to promote and maximise the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities living with, and affected by alcohol and other drug-related harms.

The organisation integrates activities across a diverse range of specialist knowledge and professional practice which enables us to translate evidence based research into action. 

Clients include young people, pregnant women, polydrug users or people with mental health diagnoses. A variety of progams and support services are available, contact Turning Point for information regarding individual service hours of operation and referral options. 

    • Service Provider

      AMES Employment

    • Service Name

      Turning Point Drug & Alcohol Centre

    • Service Address

      54 - 62 Gertrude Street Fitzroy VIC 3065

    • Phone

      (03) 8413 8413

    • Fax

      (03) 9416 3420

    • Email


    • Service Area

    • Service Hours

      Hours of service vary for different services, contact for more information.

    • Age Group


    • Interpreters

    • Website


    • Service For

      People affected by drugs and/or alcohol

    • Languages (other than English)

    • Disability Access

    • Drop In Service

    • Outreach

    • Outpost

    • Costs

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    • Who Can Refer

      Individuals, families, health professionals