Drug and Alcohol workers provide support services to people in the community with drug and alcohol issues. These services can include assessment, intervention and counselling.
Drug and Alcohol workers may also act as advocates by promoting awareness of drug and alcohol services and health education. The average salary of a Drug and Alcohol Worker is $58,117 per annum.
Learn how to assess the needs of clients and provide them with assistance and support by studying one of these nationally recognised courses. You’ll gain invaluable skills through both theory and practical work experience.
Build on your foundation in drug and alcohol work with a bachelor degree, which will prepare you for more senior roles in the community services sector.