Integrated Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs

Integrated Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug (IMHAOD) on the Mid North Coast are looking for passionate, dedicated individuals who are committed to making a positive impact on the wellbeing of individuals and communities facing mental health and substance use challenges.

If you are driven to provide compassionate care, eager to work collaboratively within a supportive team and contribute to innovative approaches in the field, we welcome you to join us in creating a healthier and more inclusive community for all.

Mental Health Services

We’re excited that you’re interested in a career in MNCLHD Mental Health Services and encourage you to learn more about a career with us at I work for NSW.

We’re a multi-award-winning mental health team providing exceptional care in our communities through a range of services. Our clinicians collaborate with consumers, families, carers, and external agencies to plan and evaluate care, covering acute and rehabilitation inpatient care and community-based services across all age groups.

Our diverse specialties include emergency mental health, specialised outreach teams, peer support services, and more, all while working closely with other health services in the MNCLHD.

You’ll join a collaborative team of around 350 staff known for their innovation and receive strong support through various strategies, including a highly regarded Transition to Practice Program and access to specialist training. Our organisation emphasises staff wellbeing and a culture of trauma-informed, culturally safe care, promoting a just and restorative environment.

Learn more about our Mental Health services.

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Explore exciting career opportunities within MNCLHD in Alcohol and Other Drugs

Alcohol and Other Drugs jobs with Mid North Coast Local Health District | I work for NSW

Our service

The MNCLHD AOD Service offers a diverse range of job opportunities and work locations.

The services vision is to provide collaborative and coordinated care with clients and stakeholders which is welcoming, safe, focused on client goals and achieving best outcomes.

Our mission is to deliver high quality evidence-based care which ensures ease of access to treatment and psychosocial interventions for people impacted by alcohol and other drug use.

Our values

Client-centred: We are focused on client goals, needs and aspirations and flexible in delivery of services.

Safety: We have clear governance and consistent approach to processes and practice which deliver high quality care.

Empathy: We aim to understand and value a person’s lived experience.

Trust: Our services are approachable and maintain confidentiality in all we do with respect, honesty, and transparency.

Integrity: We maintain, improve, and re- evaluate treatment and care. We are accountable for clinical practice and professional development.

Equality: We are non-judgmental, respect culture and diversity in our community.

Social justice: We recognise that advocacy is integral to work that we do.

The services we provide include:

  • hospital consultation liaison
  • withdrawal management (inpatient and outpatient)
  • counselling
  • Opioid Agonist Treatment (Methadone or Buprenorphine)
  • Magistrates Early Referral into Treatment (MERIT)
  • Substance Use and Pregnancy and Parenting Service (SUPPS).

You will be joining a growing multidisciplinary team embarking on new innovations in service delivery in a rural setting. All team members will have access to ongoing high standard training and supervision. 

Learn more about the Mid North Coast Alcohol and Other Drugs Service

For more information about opportunities we have on the Mid North Coast, please email:


Work-life balance

Spend your afternoons and weekends exploring our beautiful beachside towns, tropical rainforests with an abundance of waterfalls, or a hike in the mountains.

Training and supervision

You will get access to training provided by international level trainers as well as supported education and scholarships.

Career development

Opportunity to commence your AOD career or expand your AOD skills in a regional health setting within a multidisciplinary team.

Cultural safety

Join a dynamic workforce that embraces diversity, teamwork, and a sense of belonging with access to experienced Aboriginal Health Workers.

To talk to one of our friendly team members please contact us:


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