About ADIN

The Australian Drug Information Network (ADIN) is Australia’s leading alcohol and drug search directory. Here you will find reliable information on alcohol, other drugs and mental health, with links to treatment services, research, statistics, guidelines, journals, policy, campaigns, events, curriculum, professional development opportunities and more.

Every website and app in our directory has been through a formal quality review process to give you the best search results. For more than a decade we have been reviewing comprehensive and relevant alcohol and drug information.

Your first search will find answers. No nonsense. No myths. Just the facts. 

Start your search today.

Who ADIN is for

ADIN is especially for:

  • health professionals
  • educators
  • researchers
  • parents
  • students
  • people who use alcohol and other drugs, and their friends and families
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
  • people from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • people living in rural and remote locations. 

Who we partner with

ADIN is:


Our writers and reviewers

Ian Comben (Information Officer)

Ian has a Bachelor of Public Health and a Graduate Diploma of Community Services/Welfare and worked in the Alcohol and other drug sector for over 10 years. 

Holly Wild – (Information Officer)

Holly has a Bachelor of Health Science and is completing a Master of Public Health. She has lectured in Health Science and Public Health undergraduate degrees for the last 3 years, and has 6 years clinical experience working in community health, specialising in marginalised communities.

Sejla A Stammers (Information Officer)

Sejla has a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and a Masters of Environment specialising in Public Health. She has over 3.5 years’ experience in public health, including sexual and reproductive health, physical activity and the AOD sectors. Prior to working in the public health sector, Sejla worked as a projects engineer for 7 years, mostly in the private sector in Melbourne.

Laura Bajurny (Content developer)

Laura Bajurny is a content developer with a BA in Political Science and Masters in Social Policy. She has been working in the alcohol and other drug field for the past 2.5 years, and is currently undertaking further study in neuroanatomy.

Kit Kavanagh-Ryan (E-Discovery Librarian)

Kit holds a Masters of Information Management from RMIT University and has worked across schools and specialist libraries since 2013. She has over ten years’ experience as a media monitor for the Australian Associated Press.  Most recently, she was a content writer and web editor for the Australian Emergency Management Institute in Mount Macedon, Victoria. Currently completing a higher degree by research at Deakin University, Kit has a passion for web accessibility, untangling your reference queries and genre fiction.




Find out about the search directory.

Learn about how to search.