Crisis helplines and support

Life-threating or urgent situations

If you have a life-threatening or urgent situation, phone Triple Zero (000) and ask for the police, fire or ambulance depending on the type of emergency.

Emergency contact numbers

For non-urgent police attendance - phone 131 444.

Emergency contact numbers for all types of emergencies - eg chemical spills, flood, health and medical, terrorism.

Mental health triage - phone SA Health on 13 14 65.

Crisis and suicide support

To get immediate support talk to someone now (24/7):

Beyond Blue

Kids Helpline

For kids, teens and young adults aged 5 to 25, and their parents and carers.

Lifeline Australia

Suicide call back service

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Australian Defence Force members and their families

All-hours Support Line

The All-hours Support Line (ASL) is a confidential telephone service for ADF members and their families that is available 24/7. The ASL is designed as a triage line, which simply means that it is there to help you access ADF or civilian mental health services more easily. Services that you can access include psychology, medical, social work, and chaplain services.

Phone: 1800 628 036
Website: Department of Defence

Open Arms - Veterans  & Families Counselling

Provides 24/7 free anonymous counselling and support to ADF members, veterans and their families.

Phone: 1800 011 046
Website: openarms.gov.au

Open Arms - Safe Zone Support

Safe Zone Support is a free and anonymous counselling 24/7  line for all current and ex-serving ADF personnel, veterans and their families.

Phone: 1800 142 072
Website: openarms.gov.au/safe-zone

Defence and veterans legal service

Free service that provides independent information and legal advice to support Australian Defence Force personnel and veterans, as well as their families, carers and supporters, to safely share their experiences with the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.

Phone: 1800 33 1800
Website:  defenceveteranslegalservice.org.au

Carers

Carer Gateway and Carers SA

Carer Gateway and Carers SA offer a free counselling service for carers available 8:00 am to 5:00 pm CST Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Emergency respite is available 24 hours to coordinate support to carers who are experiencing an urgent or unplanned event that temporarily restricts their ability to continue caring when no other services are available.

Phone: 1800 422 737 for counselling and emergency respite care
Website: carergateway.gov.au

UnitingCare Wesley Bowden

UnitingCare Wesley Bowden provides support for carers who are caring for an adult with a mental illness. The service is available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone: 8245 7100
Website:  ucwb.org.au

Related information and services

Respite and other support for carers

Support for foster carers

Children and young people

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced, or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

BlueKnot Helpline

Staffed by trained trauma-informed counsellors, this helpline offers information, support and referral to survivors of childhood trauma and abuse, and partners, family and friends of survivors. The service is available between 8:30 am and 5:30 pm CST Monday to Friday and between 8.30 am and 4:30 pm CST Saturday and Sunday and public holidays.

Phone: 1300 657 380
Website: blueknot.org.au

CAMHS Connect

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) is a specialist mental health service offered by the Women's and Children's Health Network.  CAMHS Connect is a referral triage service and can receive enquiries from young people, parents and carers, GPs, paediatricians, public sector and private providers, school staff, or any other person regarding referral into CAMHS. They will assist with making an appointment at the most convenient location. CAMHS Connect is available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm CST Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone: 1300 222 647 (1300 2 CAMHS)
Website: wchn.sa.gov.au

Child Abuse Report Line

To report a reasonable suspicion that a child has been or is being abused or neglected phone the Child Abuse Report Line (CARL). The report line is open 24/7.

Phone: 13 14 78
Website: Report child abuse

Crisis Care - Child protection

If a crisis happens to children who are under the Guardianship of the Minister on a weekday between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm CST, contact your child’s caseworker or the relevant Department for Child Protection office.

For after-hours response phone: 13 16 11.

Elm Place

Elm Place is the home of support services to people whose lives have been affected by institutional and out-of-home care as children specifically, forgotten Australians, former child migrants, forced adoption, the Stolen Generations and people affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. The phone lines are available 9:00 am to 5:00 pm CST Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone:

Post Care: 1800 188 118
Find & Connect: 1800 161 109
Redress Support Services: 1800 998 187

Website: elmplace.org.au

eheadspace

A free and confidential telephone and chat service for young people aged 12 to 25. Qualified youth mental health professionals provide support to young people worried about their mental health or experiencing issues such as depression, bullying and isolation. The phone line is open from 11:30 am and 7:30 pm CST, every day.

Phone: 1800 650 890
Website: eheadspace.org.au and chat online.

Kids Helpline

Provides confidential telephone and online counselling services to young people aged 5 to 25 years old for any reason 24/7.

Phone: 1800 551 800
Website: kidshelpline.com.au and chat online

Parent Helpline

The Women's and Children's Health Network (WCHN) Parent Helpline provides telephone information and support for parents of children under the age of 12. The service is available 24/7.  Calls received between 7:15 am to 9:15 pm CST will be answered by local Parent Helpline staff; calls received outside these hours will be automatically redirected to the national healthdirect helpline.

Phone: 1300 364 100
Website: cafhs.sa.gov.au

Youth BeyondBlue

Provides information and confidential telephone and chat counselling 24/7 for young people aged 12 to 25 years old, who may be experiencing anxiety, depression or suicidal thoughts.

Phone: 1300 22  4636
Website: youthbeyondblue.com and chat online

Related information and services

Child abuse reporting - when to report and what happens next

Parenting and child health services - SA Health

Crisis accommodation and homelessness

Domestic Violence Crisis Line

The Domestic Violence Crisis Line is a 24/7 crisis counselling support and referral for women and children to safe accommodation.

Phone: 1800 800 098
Website: womenssafetyservices.com.au

Homeless Connect SA

Homeless Connect SA, is a 24/7 state-wide telephone service for anyone experiencing homelessness in South Australia. Available anytime as a free call to help you find information and a direct referral to homelessness services.

Phone: 1800 003 308
Website: homelessconnectsa.org

See someone sleeping rough

If you see someone sleeping rough in the Adelaide CBD or surrounding parklands use Street Connect to refer someone you've seen sleeping rough in the Adelaide CBD or surrounding parklands

SYC Trace-A-Place

SYC Trace-A-Place is part of Homeless Connect SA especially for young people aged 15 to 25. It is a 24/7 state-wide telephone service for young people experiencing homelessness in South Australia. Available anytime as a free call to help you find information and a direct referral into homelessness services.

Phone: 1800 003 308
Website: syc.net.au

Related information and services

Homelessness service provider directory

Help in crisis situations

Extreme weather response for people sleeping rough

Culturally and linguistically diverse communities (CALD)

Death and bereavement

Organisations across the state, that specifically provide bereavement counselling, are available through the SA Community website.

Road trauma support

Disability

National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline

The National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline provides support to you or someone you may care for to report abuse and neglect of people with disabilities. The hotline is available from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm CST Monday to Friday, except on Australian national public holidays.

Phone: 1800 880 052
Website: Australian Government

SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line

Call the SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line during business hours Monday to Friday, except on public holidays if you are concerned about yourself or someone you know who is at risk of, or experiencing, abuse by someone they should be able to trust.

The service is available to vulnerable adults:

  • aged 65 years and over
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, aged 50 years and over
  • adults living with a disability.

Phone: 1800 372 310
Website: SA  Abuse Prevention Phone Line - SA Health

BlueKnot Helpline

National disability counselling and referral service.

Phone:  1800 421 468
Website:  blueknot.org

Related information and services

Disability medical support

Intellectual disability and mental illness

Victims of Crime South Australia - Disability and mental health services

Domestic and family violence and sexual assault services

Children and young people

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

Kids Helpline

Provides confidential telephone and chat counselling services to young people aged 5 to 25 years old for any reason 24/7.

Phone: 1800 551 800
Website: kidshelpline.com.au and chat online

Men

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

MensLine Australia

The MensLine Australia 24/7 counselling service provides help to men to manage conflict and anger, relationship issues and violence in the home.

Phone:  1300 78 99 78
Website: mensline.org.au and chat online and video chat

No to Violence

A 24/7 men's counselling service working with men who use family violence to change their abusive and violent behaviour.

Phone: 1300 766 491
Website: ntv.org.au and chat online

Women

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

Domestic Violence Crisis Line

The Domestic Violence Crisis Line is a 24/7 crisis counselling support and referral for women and children to safe accommodation.

Phone: 1800 800 098
Website:  womenssafetyservices.com.au

Legal support

Legal Services Commission of South Australia

The Legal Services Commission provides free preliminary information, advice and referrals. The legal chat and phone service are available from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm CST Monday to Friday, except for public holidays. The 24Legal web portal provides information on a number of legal topics to help you find answers to your questions.

Phone:1300 366 424
24Legal: 24legal.lsc.sa.gov.au
Website: lsc.sa.gov.au and chat online

Women's Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service

The Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service is a specialist legal service providing support to women affected by domestic and family violence operated by the Legal Services Commission primarily relating to helping women apply for intervention orders and ending tenancy agreements. The service is available between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm CST Monday to Friday.

Phone: 1800 246 642
Website: wdvcas.lsc.sa.gov.au

Women's Legal Service

The Women's Legal Service provides free legal advice, assistance, referrals and representation to women. The advice helpline is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm CST Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and Tuesday night between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm CST.

Phone: 1800 816 349
Website: Women's Legal Service

Sexual assault

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

Yarrow Place

Yarrow Place Rape and Sexual Assault Service includes a 24/7 crisis response service for anyone aged 16 years and over at the time of the sexual assault. This includes support from a social worker, medical care by a doctor or nurse and collection of forensic evidence for people considering legal action.

Phone: 1800 817 421
Website: Yarrow Place - SA Health

Related information and services

Victims of Crime South Australia - Sexual assault support services

Victim Support Services

Victim support services provide crisis accommodation and support to people affected by domestic and family violence and institutional child abuse.

Phone: 1800 842 846
Website: victimsa.org

Related information and services

Domestic and family violence and sexual assault support services

Emergency services volunteers

Stress prevention and management

Stress prevention and management (SPAM) provided by the government, is a helpline for SA Emergency Services volunteers and their immediate families.

Phone: 8115 3950

Financial

Affordable SA

Affordable SA is operated by Salvation Army and can provide financial counselling, mental health support and material assistance. The service is available 9.30 am to 8:00 pm CST Monday to Thursday and 9:30 am to 4:30 pm CST Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone: 1800 025 539
Website: affordablesa.com.au

Emergency Financial Assistance Program

Department of Human Services - Emergency Financial Assistance Program is a free confidential service for people experiencing financial difficulties anywhere across the state.

Eligible clients can receive food parcels, supermarket vouchers, referral to Foodbank SA or assistance with other costs of living concerns.

Moneysmart.gov.au

Financial counselling is a free and confidential service offered by community organisations, community legal centres and some government agencies.

Website: moneysmart.gov.au

National Debt Helpline

The free National Debt Helpline is open from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm AEST, Monday to Friday. When you call, you'll be transferred to the service in SA.

Phone: 1800 007 007
Website: ndh.org.au

Related information and services

COVID-19 - Financial support for individuals

Concessions and grants - Financial aid

Seniors - Financial advice and counselling

Food and necessities

Emergency Financial Assistance Program

Department of Human Services - Emergency Financial Assistance Program is a free confidential service for people experiencing financial difficulties anywhere across the state.

Eligible clients can receive food parcels, supermarket vouchers, referral to Foodbank SA or assistance with other costs of living concerns.

Ask Izzy

Ask Izzy can help you to find the services you need, now and nearby. It is free and anonymous, and you can search over 360,000 services to find housing, meals, healthcare, counselling, legal advice, addiction treatment and a whole lot more. Locate a relief service near you.

Affordable SA

Affordable SA is operated by Salvation Army and can provide financial counselling, mental health support and material assistance. The service is available 9:30 am to 8:00 pm CST Monday to Thursday and 9.30 am to 4.30 pm CST Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone: 1800 025 539
Website: affordablesa.com.au

Gambling

Gambling help online

Gambling help online provides http://www.gamblinghelponline.org.au/free 24/7 phone and chat support, information and counselling service for anyone with a gambling problem.

Phone: 1800 858 858
Website: gamblinghelponline.org.au and chat online
Website: problemgambling.sa.gov.au

Related information and services

Help with problem gambling

Health issues

healthdirect

healthdirect is a government health service providing free 24/7 guidance on your symptoms and advice on what to do - whether you should see a local GP, manage the condition at home, or go to an emergency department.

Phone: 1800 022 222
Website: healthdirect.gov.au

Alcohol and drugs

Alcohol & Drug Counselling Online

Alcohol & Drug Counselling Online provides a confidential 24/7 chat service with a qualified drug and alcohol counsellor.

Website: counsellingonline.org.au and chat online

Alcohol and drug information service

Alcohol and drug information service (ADIS) is a state-wide confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service for the general public, concerned family and friends, students and health professionals. The service is run by Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia and is available  8:30 am to 10:00 pm CST, every day.

Phone: 1300 13 1340
Website: ADIS - SA Health

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) provides a 24/7 free support service and information about AA meetings.

Phone: 1300 222 222
Website: aa.org.au

Family Drug Support Australia

Family Drug Support Australia offers a 24/7 support phone line for families and friends of people using drugs and alcohol.

Phone: 1300 368 186
Website:  fds.org.au

Mobile Assistance Patrol

Mobile Assistance Patrol (MAP) transports individuals within the CBD who are vulnerable, under the influence of alcohol and other drugs, and at risk of harm or being involved in anti-social behaviour, minimising contact with the justice system.  MAP operates between 6:00 pm and 2:00 am CST, every day. The service is provided by the Aboriginal Sobriety Group.

Phone: 0411 474 368
Website: MAP

Clean needle program

Provides a range of services including the provision of sterile needles and syringes, sharps disposal containers and disposal facilities, information, education, and referral for people who inject drugs.

Phone: 1300 13 1340
Website: ADIS - SA Health

Related information and services

Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs

COVID-19

SA COVID-19 Information Line

The SA COVID-19 Information Line offers local information and advice on general COVID-19 information for South Australians including on self-quarantine requirements and can assist with the facilitation of emergency accommodation for those required to self-quarantine but unable to do so at home.

Phone: 1800 253 787

Communicable Disease Branch line

The Communicable Disease Branch phone line provides information on immunisations.

Phone: 1300 232 272

National Coronavirus Information Helpline

The National Coronavirus Information Helpline provides information and advice on COVID-19 from an Australia wide perspective.

Phone: 1800 020 080

SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line

The SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Lines provides mental health support for people surrounding COVID-19. It is available to people to maintain their mental health and wellbeing.

Phone: 1800 632 753

Related information and services

COVID-19 - Call centres and information lines

COVID-19 - Care and support

COVID-19 - Vaccination

Mental health support - COVID-19 - SA Health

Mental health and wellbeing

Mental Health Emergency Triage Service

For assistance in a mental health emergency, contact the mental health triage service available 24/7.

Phone: 13 14 65

Related information and services

SA Mental Health Services - SA Health

Mental health support - COVID-19 - SA Health

Head to Health

Wellbeing SA

Sexual health

SHINE SA

Talk to a SHINE SA nurse on the Sexual Healthline Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 12:30 pm CST about your sexual and reproductive health and relationship wellbeing.

Phone: 8300 5300
Website: shinesa.org.au

Related information and services

Disability - Sexuality and sexual health

Smoking

Quit

Quit provides a phone and online service to help you stop smoking. Available 7:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday to Friday CST, except for public holidays.

Phone: 13 78 48
Website:  quit.org.au

Legal help

Legal Services Commission of South Australia

The Legal Services Commission provides free preliminary information, advice and referrals. The legal chat and phone service are available from 9:00 am to 4.30 pm CST  Monday to Friday except for public holidays. The 24Legal web portal provides information on a number of legal topics to help you find answers to your questions.

Phone: 1300 366 424
24Legal: 24legal.lsc.sa.gov.au
Website: lsc.sa.gov.au and chat online

Defence and veterans legal service

Free service that provides independent information and legal advice to support Australian Defence Force personnel and veterans, as well as their families, carers and supporters, to safely share their experiences with the Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide.

Phone: 1800 33 1800
Website:  defenceveteranslegalservice.org.au

Women's Legal Service

The Women's Legal Service provides free legal advice, assistance, referrals and representation to women. The advice helpline is open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm CST Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and Tuesday night between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm CST.

Phone: 1800 816 349
Website: Women's Legal Service

Related information and services and services

Aged Rights Advocacy Service

Senior's rights

Victims of Crime South Australia - Legal supports

Where to get free legal advice

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people

eheadspace

A free and confidential telephone and chat service for young people aged 12 to 25. Qualified youth mental health professionals provide support to young people worried about their mental health or experiencing issues such as depression, bullying and isolation. The phone line is open from 11:30 am and 7:30 pm CST, every day.

Phone: 1800 650 890
Website: eheadspace.org.au and chat online

QLife

QLife services are free and include both telephone and chat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country - phone or web chat counselling service for LGBTI people, families and friends from 3:00 pm to midnight, every day.

Phone: 1800 184 527
Website:  qlife.org.au and chat online

SHINE SA

Talk to a SHINE SA nurse on the Sexual Healthline Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 12.30 pm CST about your sexual and reproductive health and relationship wellbeing.

Phone: 8300 5300
Website: shinesa.org.au

Related information and services

LGBTIQA+ support - Uniting Communities

Trans Health South Australia

Men

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced, or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

MensLine Australia

The MensLine Australia 24/7 counselling service provides help to men to manage conflict and anger, relationship issues and violence in the home.

Phone:  1300 78 99 78
Website: mensline.org.au and chat online and video chat

No to Violence

A 24/7 men's counselling service working with men who use family violence to change their abusive and violent behaviour.

Phone: 1300 766 491
Website: ntv.org.au and chat online

Parents and families

Child Abuse Report Line

To report a reasonable suspicion that a child has been or is being abused or neglected phone the Child Abuse Report Line (CARL). The report line is open 24/7.

Phone: 13 14 78
Website: Report child abuse

Family Relationship Advice Line

The Family Relationship Advice Line is a national telephone service that helps families affected by relationship or separation issues, including information on parenting arrangements after separation. It can also refer callers to local services that provide assistance. The advice line operates between 8:00 am to 8:00 pm CST Monday to Friday and 10:00 am to 4:00 pm CST Saturday, except on national public holidays.

Phone: 1800 050 321
Website: Family Relationships

Parent Helpline

The Women's and Children's Health Network (WCHN) Parent Helpline provides telephone information and support for parents of children under the age of 12. The service is available 24/7. Calls received between 7:15 am to 9:15 pm CST will be answered by local Parent Helpline staff; calls received outside these hours will be automatically redirected to the national healthdirect helpline.

Phone: 1300 364 100

Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA)

PANDA provides support to expecting and new mums and dads.

Phone: 1300 726 306
Website: panda.org.au

Relationships Australia South Australia

Relationships Australia provides support services for family and domestic violence, family relationships, post-separation and gambling. Phone during business hours.

Phone 1300 364 277 or 1800 182 325 (country callers)
Website: Relationships Australia SA

Report abuse and neglect

Aged care complaints and feedback

My Aged Care provides a Contact us online tool and telephone service to help you get help about Australian Government-funded aged care services including making a complaint.

Phone: 1800 200 422
Website: myagedcare.gov.au/contact-us

The Aged Care and Quality and Safety Commission provides a free service for anyone to raise a concern or make a complaint about the quality of care or services provided to people receiving Australian Government-funded aged care. These may be aged care services people are receiving for help in their home or in an aged care home.

Phone:1800 951 822
Website: Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

Child Abuse Report Line

To report a reasonable suspicion that a child has been or is being abused or neglected phone the Child Abuse Report Line (CARL). The report line is open 24/7.

Phone: 13 14 78
Website: Report child abuse

National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline

The National Disability Abuse and Neglect Hotline provides support to you or someone you may care for to report abuse and neglect of people with a disability.

Phone: 1800 880 052
Website: Australian Government

SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line

Call the SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line during business hours Monday to Friday, except on public holidays if you are concerned about yourself or someone you know who is at risk of, or experiencing, abuse by someone they should be able to trust.

The service is available to vulnerable adults:

  • aged 65 years and over
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, aged 50 years and over
  • adults living with a disability.

Phone: 1800 372 310
Website: SA  Abuse Prevention Phone Line - SA Health

Regional counselling

Regional Access

Regional Access provides free professional telephone and chat counselling 24/7 for people 15 years and older living or working in regional South Australia.

Phone: 1300 032 186
Website: saregionalaccess.org.au and chat online

Seniors

1800ELDERHelp

1800 ELDERHelp is the national elder abuse phone line. 1800ELDERHelp automatically redirects callers seeking information or advice on elder abuse to their state or territory phone line service.

Phone: 1800 353 374

Aged care complaints and feedback

My Aged Care provides a Contact us online tool and telephone service to help you get help about Australian Government-funded aged care services including making a complaint.

Phone: 1800 200 422
Website: myagedcare.gov.au/contact-us

The Aged Care and Quality and Safety Commission provides a free service for anyone to raise a concern or make a complaint about the quality of care or services provided to people receiving Australian Government-funded aged care. These may be aged care services people are receiving for help in their home or in an aged care home.

Phone:1800 951 822
Website: Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line

Call the SA Abuse Prevention Phone Line during business hours Monday to Friday, except on public holidays if you are concerned about yourself or someone you know who is at risk of, or experiencing, abuse by someone they should be able to trust.

The service is available to vulnerable adults:

  • aged 65 years and over
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, aged 50 years and over
  • adults living with a disability.

Phone:1800 372 310
Website: SA  Abuse Prevention Phone Line - SA Health

Related information and services

Aged Rights Advocacy Service

Help and advice for seniors

Senior's rights

Translating and interpreting

Translating and Interpreting Service

The Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) is available to any individual or organisation in Australia, enabling non-English speakers to independently access services and information over the phone.

Phone: 13 14 50
Website: Immediate phone interpreting

Interpreting and Translating Centre

The Interpreting and Translating Centre (ITC) provides qualified and experienced interpreters to assist with two and three-way phone interpreting.

Phone: 1800 280 203
Website: translate.sa.gov.au

Victim support

rebuild - Counselling for Victims of Crime

Managed by Relationships Australia South Australia, rebuild provides trauma-based counselling and peer support to adult and child victims of crime as they move through the criminal justice process. The service is available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.

Phone: 1800 310 310
Website: Relationships Australia South Australia

Victim Support Services

Victim support services provide support to people affected by domestic and family violence and institutional child abuse. Phone during business hours.

Phone: 1800 842 846
Website: www.victimsa.org

Related information and services

Victims of Crime South Australia  - Support services

Women

1800RESPECT

A national sexual assault, family and domestic violence counselling line is open 24/7 for anyone who has experienced or is at risk of, physical or sexual violence, including young people.

Phone: 1800 737 732
Website: 1800respect.org.au and chat online

Domestic Violence Crisis Line

The Domestic Violence Crisis Line is a 24/7 crisis counselling support and referral for women and children to safe accommodation.

Phone: 1800 800 098
Website: womenssafetyservices.com.au

Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA)

PANDA provides support to expecting and new mums and dads.

Phone: 1300 726 306
Website: panda.org.au

Women's Information Service

The Women's Information Service provides information to South Australian women on family relationships, domestic violence, sexual assault, health and wellbeing and accommodation and housing issues. The phone line operates between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm CST Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays.

Phone: 8303 0590 or 1800 188 158
Website: Women's Information Service

Related information

To find out what help is available from the government, non-government and community services in South Australia use the SA community information directory.


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