Our youth-orientated service provides information, support and counselling for young people aged 13 - 20 and their family/whānau
Community Alcohol and Drug Services, Auckland (CADS) offer free and confidential services to people in the Auckland region who want to solve an alcohol or drug related question, issue, or problem or are concerned about or affected by someone else's use. We are funded through the Waitemata District Health Board(external link)
Our confidential services aim to reduce the harms associated with alcohol or drug use.
We have CADS units in North (Takapuna), Central (Kingsland and Point Chevalier), West (Henderson) and South (Counties Manukau) Auckland. .
The Counselling Service is also available at various satellite sites throughout the Auckland region.
If you are looking for information or help for an alcohol or drug issue, for yourself or anybody else give us a confidential call on 09 845 1818 or just drop into one of our clinics.
If you live outside the Auckland region contact Alcohol Drug Helpline 24/7 0800 787 797.
We have some staff fluent in some of the main Asian languages and have access to free interpreters covering more than 20 languages
Opiate/Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) is well researched as an effective and successful treatment for opioid dependence
What is a consumer? 'Consumer' refers to anyone with personal experience of alcohol and other drug problems. Other terms used include service user, client, tangata whai ora, and patient.
We are a mobile specialist tertiary service that aims to improve the health and quality of life of people who have been adversely affected by mental illness and substance use
CADS Medical Detoxification services are for people who have a physical dependence on alcohol and other drugs (e.g. methamphetamines, benzos, opiates)
CADS 65+ is a free service to anyone living in Auckland aged 65 years or older who is concerned about their own or someone else’s use of alcohol and other drugs, including prescribed medications
Our service provides assessment, information, and support to pregnant women and parents of children under 3 years of age
CADS Rainbow Service provides counselling and group support and information to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Takataapui, Fa’afafine and Intersex (Rainbow) communities in Auckland
Te Atea Marino offer a range of support, counselling, and consultation options in a culturally appropriate treatment environment to support tangata whaiora and their whanau
Tupu is a team of Pacific Island workers who support Pacific people and their aiga/fanau/magafaoa