If you have concerns about your welfare or the welfare of someone else, counselling can provide the opportunity to discuss how you are feeling in a safe and supportive environment.

In case of an emergency, please call Triple 0 (000).

1800RespectFree counselling, information and referrals for those experiencing family violence1800 737 732
Aboriginal Legal Rights MovementLegal advice and assistance to advance the rights and interests of Aboriginal people in South Australia1800 643 222
Beyond BlueSupport for people experiencing anxiety and depression1300 224 636
Crisis CareAfter hours response to immediate child abuse and neglect matters13 16 11
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)SA Public Sector employees may have access to an employer-provided assistance programContact your employer
Family Drug Support AustraliaSupport for families affected by alcohol and other drugs1300 368 186
Homelessness Gateway24/7 support and access to emergency accommodation for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness1800 003 308
JusticeNet SACoordinates free legal assistance for low income earners/disadvantaged personsadmin@justicenet.org.au
Legal Service Commission HelplineFree legal assistance, advice, information and referrals1300 366 424
LifelineCrisis support and suicide prevention13 11 14
Mental Health Triage Service24/7 service for support, triage and referrals for mental health emergencies13 14 65
Relationships AustraliaRelationship support services for individuals, families and communities1300 364 277
Suicide Call Back Service24/7 phone and online counselling for people affected by suicide1300 659 467
Victim Support ServiceFree and confidential support for victims of crime, witnesses and their family and friends1800 842 846
Women's Legal Services SAFree legal services to women in South Australia1800 816 349

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Personal and legal support helplines (PDF, 68.9 KB)