The Queensland Network of Alcohol and Drug Agencies (QNADA), is the peak organisation representing the views of the non-government (NGO) sector Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD). The sector consists of organisations involved in the continuum of care for individuals and their families affected by alcohol, tobacco and drug use.
QNADA Members provide drug education and information, early intervention, outreach, detoxification, residential rehabilitation, psychosocial and medical treatment, relapse prevention, justice diversion, and social inclusion.
Associate Members are non-government organisations that provide other services, such as housing, employment, financial assistance, counselling, and advocacy to the same clients. Associate Members also include nongovernment research organisations and peak bodies of sectors concerned about alcohol and drug issues.