Queensland will need more drug rehabilitation centres to properly address a problem with methamphetamine addiction, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says.
The state government on Sunday revealed a new website where six former addicts and their families share their stories of overcoming the drug, in an effort to encourage more methamphetamine uses to seek help.
Detailing how her government is spending $100 million over five years to curb methamphetamine use, Ms Palaszczuk said more help centres were needed.
"We are building a new rehabilitation centre in Rockhampton, I know the federal government has committed to a new rehabilitation centre in Caboolture, but I think we will actually need more across the state," she said.
Australian Associated Press