Neami National is a community mental health service supporting people living with mental illness to improve their health, live independently, and pursue a life based on their own strengths, values and goals.
Neami provides community based mental health support, homelessness, and suicide prevention services.
Neami accept referrals from individuals, carers, families, mental health professionals, or other healthcare providers.
For more information about Neami National, please visit their website or see locations for further contact details.
The Salvation Army's Positive Lifestyle Program is a fully supported eight module course that helps you gain a deeper understanding of who you are as a person.
With the program covering a wide range of topics, including:
- depression and loneliness,
- grief and loss,
- future directions;
The Positive Lifestyle Program helps empower people to change their way of life and reach their true potential.
This program is offered at Salvation Army offices located in Marion, Murray Bridge, Noarlunga, Port Augusta and Victor Harbor.
Provides a diverse range of services and programs to support multicultural young people and young families living in South Australia.
For further information contact Multicultural Youth SA directly.
Parkrun organises free, weekly, 5km timed runs around South Australia. They are open to everyone, safe and easy to take part in.
These events take place in pleasant parkland surroundings and they encourage people of every ability to take part; from walkers or those taking their first steps in running to Olympians; from juniors to those with more experienced; you are all welcome.
Look for a Parkrun location near you by visiting the website link. You can register online and take your barcode for scanning on the day.
Most agree that keeping fit is a good way to deal with stress, doing it for free makes it even less stressful.
Regional Access offer free and professional telephone/online counselling support to people in regional South Australia who are feeling the pressures and stresses of everyday life.
To be eligible for the service you need to live outside of the Adelaide metropolitan region, and be at least 15 years of age.
If eligible, the service is available 24/7 and can be accessed by calling 1300 032 186. Online counselling is also available and you can register to chat via the website link provided.
Seeds of Affinity (Seeds) is a non-profit, volunteer run community group established by and for women with lived prison experience.
Seeds meets twice a week to check in with each other, cook and eat a meal together, access support services & learn some new work skills through making and selling skin care products and gourmet treats.
Most importantly, women at Seeds of Affinity feel a sense of belonging, solidarity and self worth during the difficult transition between prison and the community.
If you are a woman who is experiencing the prison system, you can visit the Info 4 Women for valuable information.
Seeds meets every Tuesday 11-3pm and Friday 11-3pm at the Semaphore Uniting Church, 146 Semaphore Road, Exeter with lunch provided.
SMART (Self Management and Recovery Training) Recovery is a free group program assisting any problematic behaviours, including addiction to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, Internet and others.
Guided by trained peers and professionals, participants come to help themselves and help each other using a variety of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and motivational tools and techniques.
Throughout South Australia there are a range of "open" and "closed" meetings available. For more information call 1300 131 340 or visit the find a meeting link provided.
Sonder's offer a free Walk-in after-hours mental health service to support people aged 18 years and over in the after-hours period between 5pm-10pm, who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health concerns such as stress, grief, depression and anxiety.
This service is available Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from 5pm - 10pm, with no appointment required.
For more information call 08 8209 0711 or visit their website.
StandBy Support After Suicide provides support to anyone impacted by suicide at any stage in their life including witnesses, schools, workplaces, groups and individuals, front line responders and service providers.
Services include crisis counselling, referral, support, information and 24/7 face to face outreach response.
This service is FREE and provided for anyone who resides in Country SA and has been bereaved by suicide, by referral from emergency/community services or self referral.