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Notice from the Management Committee of Western Sydney Drug & Alcohol Resource Centre Inc. T/as Substance.Org.

At our Annual General Meeting, 20th November 2014 a Special Resolution was put to the membership that the organisation undertake a Voluntarily Cancellation of its Registration (close) see Background to the Resolution 2014.pdf.

The resolution was passed unanimously and as a result his organisation will close its doors and cease all operation from Sunday 30th November 2014.

The Management & Team at Substance.Org wish to thank all those individuals and services who have engaged with us over the past 36 years and, for the last time, wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year 2015.

  • If you are in need of urgent Drug and Alcohol help please contact The Australian Drug Information Network (ADIS) on 1800 422 599
  • Should you need to detox please contact the Statewide Inpatient Withdrawal Unit Central Intake line 1300 661 050 (24/7 service) of NSW Health.
  • For family and friends with concerns regarding a loved one please contact Family Drug Support 1300 368 186. 


Western Sydney Drug & Alcohol Resource Centre Inc. (WESDARC), now trading as Substance.Org, is a not-for-profit, non-government organisation using a harm minimisation approach. We have been in operation since 1978 providing drug and alcohol information, referral services and engage in community development and activities and projects.

 Although we focus our services on our local areas of Penrith, The Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury we are also available to provide information, training and resources further afield...


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