headspace provides support to 12-25-year-olds with mental health, physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and other drug services, as well as work and study support. This is a free and confidential service available in person at a headspace centre as well as online and over the phone. A map of headspace centre locations can be found on the website.
1800 063 267
QLife provides Australia-wide anonymous, LGBTI peer support and referral for people wanting to talk about a range of issues including sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships. QLife services are free and include both telephone and webchat support, delivered by trained LGBTI community members across the country.
1800 184 527 3pm to midnight everyday
Full Stop Australia
Full Stop Australia provides counselling, training and advocacy to support people impacted by sexual, domestic and family violence. They offer counselling 24/7 over the phone and online and have resources and information surrounding violence.
Sexual Abuse and Redress Support Service (Formerly Sexual Assault Counselling Australia): 1800 211 028
Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence Helpline (Formerly Domestic Violence Impact Line): 1800 943 539
Rainbow Sexual, Domestic and Family Violence Helpline (Formerly LGBTIQ+ Violence Service): 1800 497 212
Relationships Australia South Australia
Relationships Australia South Australia has a number of locations located across metropolitan Adelaide. They provide a range of different services in areas including domestic and family violence. For young people, useful support services include Together4Kids (providing specialist therapeutic support to children up to the age of 12) and Family Mental Health Support Services.
1300 364 277
1800Respect is a confidential information, counselling and support service for people who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, sexual assault and family and domestic violence. They provide counselling both over the phone and online and is designed as an inclusive service that meets the needs of people with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, young people and individuals from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
1800 737 732
Youth Beyond Blue
Youth Beyond Blue provides supports to young people affected by anxiety, depression and suicide online and over the phone.
1300 22 4636
Metropolitan Youth Health
Metropolitan Youth Health provides free clinical health services (primarily for physical health issues) to young people aged 12-25, with a focus on under 18 years, in the Adelaide metropolitan-wide community. Services include doctor/nurse clinics, sexual health and young parenting programs.
Elizabeth: 8255 3477
Christies Beach: 8326 6053
Angle Park: 8243 5637
Multicultural Youth South Australia
Multicultural Youth South Australia is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation that provides a diverse range of services and programs to support multicultural young people in South Australia.
Wellbeing SA has a focus on prevention and supporting the physical, mental and social wellbeing. On their website, helpful information and tips can be found about how to improve your overall wellbeing.
GOM central is a website that provides a variety of resources and tools to assist young people to leave out of home care. The website has information in varying forms including podcasts and videos that have been developed in response to what young people would like support around when leaving care.
1800 188 118
rebuild – Victims of Crime Counselling
rebuild is a program run 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 crime may be violent or non-violent and includes family and domestic violence and sexual assault.
1800 310 310
iBobbly social and emotional wellbeing app
iBobbly is specifically designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are 15years and older who may be feeling sad and down, might have thoughts of hurting yourself, and have access to a smartphone or tablet.