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FOCUSSED PSYCHOLOGICAL STRATEGIES
MENTAL HEALTH PHONE NUMBERS
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONTACTS
Freecall 24 hours 1800 732 732
Services if you have experienced sexual assault
Womens Health Service
Free professional support services including individual support and partner wishing to stop perpetrating domestic violence
Ph: 1800 615 677
Mens Referral Service
Resources and services for men wanting to end violence against women.
Ph:1300 766 491
There are a number of free Mental Health Phone Counselling available offering confidential support.
Emergency and suicide help is available but Emergency 000 for ambulance to your nearest hospital is always an option - it is important for you to get the help you need.
ACUTE & CRISIS: SUICIDE PHONE HELP
Mental Health Triage
Here is South Australia, mental health nurses that work in Emergency Hospital Mental Health-settings can answer phone-calls and give advice if you or someone you know is suicidal. Website.
Ph: 131 465
Beyond Blue Support Service
24/7 Ph:1300 22 4636
Volunteers willing to listen if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, crisis, anxiety or just wanting to talk something through 131 114
Suicide Call Back Service
This service has probably come about due to waiting-times and demand. Free Mental Health counselling 1300 659 467 They also have a website
PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES & ADDICTION SUPPORT
Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS)
Ph 1300 131 340
Uniting Communities NEW ROADS Program
Free professional services including psychology in conjunction with Drug and Alcohol Services (DASSA) in South Australia in multiple location. Website: https://www.unitingcommunities.org/
Ph: 1800 615 677
Family Drug Support Line
Confidential and professional support for familes affected by alcohol & drug use
Northern Health Network program for psychological support, legal help, social support for people with mental illness, drug, alcohol or addiction problems.
Ph: 8209 0700
Links to Wellbeing
Southern Adelaide program for psychological support, legal help, social support for people with mental illness, drug, alcohol or addiction problems.
Southern Website Ph: 8326 3591
CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS
Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS)
PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH
PANDA Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia
Telephone counselling, information and referrals for expecting and new parents experiencing mental health challenges including LGBTIQ. Helpline counsellors have backgrounds in psychology, social work, counselling and nursing. Helpline services work closely with other health professionals such as GPs, psychologists, midwives and child health nurses. Alternatively, a separate team of trained volunteers with lived experience of perinatal anxiety and depression can offer their support. Initial consultation can last up to an hour. Ongoing support available for weeks, months as needed. Freely available Mon-Fri 9am-7:30pm AEST/AEDT.