Ice Help - recovery is possible

We often hear about people being ‘lost to ice’ as if there is no remedy and no return, however it is possible to recover and lead a productive life.

For ice users, there is a sense of hopelessness, which can prevent them from seeking help. For family and friends who are trying to support a loved one that uses ice, the stigma that surrounds this can stand in the way of accessing live-saving support and treatment services.

Anonymous and confidential help is available 24/7.  You can turn your life around; help someone you know who is affected by ice and get advice and support for yourself or your family in this situation.

Watch real-life stories of recovery and hope, get the facts about ice, and find out what services and support is available across Queensland.

Access Ice Help – anonymous and confidential, 24/7.