Genesis Pregnancy Support Inc is a non-denominational and not for profit Christian organization that is dedicated to the following:
- Provide counselling and support to women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy.
- Provide free material assistance to any unsupported pregnant woman or new mum.
- Provide affordable baby gear for mums and families who are struggling financially.
- Provide emotional support, education and encouragement to young mums and mums-to-be through regional support groups.
- Provide post abortion grief counselling and support for women who are not coping after an abortion.
- Facilitate preventative and educational information sessions and training, addressing the issues surrounding teen pregnancy and sexual health.
- Promote community awareness of our services and the needs of those we seek to help.
Please contact the service to discuss you situation and how the service can assist
Headspace is a one-stop-shop for all young people aged between 12 and 25 who need assistance with mental health, physical health, alcohol, drugs, work and study information and support.
Headspace provide free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12-25 and their families and friends.
To find a centre near you, please visit the website link provided.
ADIS provide a confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service.
This service can help with information concerning alcohol and drug related problems for yourself, a friend or family member, or a patient or client.
ADIS telephone counselling 1300 13 1340 is available 8:30pm to 10pm - 7 days per week for SA Callers Only, the online counselling service is available 24/7.
Ambulance costs are not covered by Medicare and even if you have private health insurance, your policy may not cover the cost of an ambulance.
SA Ambulance cover includes all ambulance attendance within South Australia, with interstate coverage available for an additional amount.
For further details call the customer service centre on 1300 13 62 72 or visit the website link provided.
This service offers information and support to help you quit smoking, improve your health and save you money.
Quitline 13 QUIT (13 78 48) is available between 8am - 8pm Monday to Friday, where you are able to talk with a counsellor or request a call back.
A online chat service is available and a resource for health professionals to make a referral.
Links to Wellbeing offers a Lived Experience Telephone Support Service (LETSS), which offers free counselling and mental health support across central and southern Adelaide. This service is suitable for people experiencing increased life stressors, noticing signs of anxiety and or depression and a low moderate risk of suicide.
To be eligible for this service you need to live in Central or Southern Adelaide and be 16 years or over.
This service is available 365 days a year from 5pm to 11:30pm on 1800 013 755, with a live web chat feature.
Regional Access offer free and safe telephone/online counselling support to people in regional South Australia who are experiencing the effects of drought and natural disaster.
To access the service you will need to reside/work in regional South Australia, 15 years and older.
Regional Access is available 24/7 by calling 1300 032 186. Online counselling is available with a professional counsellor, you will need to register to chat via the website link provided.
Is a 'one stop shop' vision of the founding families who set up Pangula Mannamurna where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have access to health and wellbeing services.
For more information please see website or call service direct.
A personal alert system is a device that enables people to call for help in an emergency if they are unable to access or use a telephone.
ConcessionsSA offers assistance to eligible applicants for the purchasing and monitoring of the system. Rebates are paid directly to your supplier. If the total charges are more than the rebate amount, you are responsible for paying the difference directly to your supplier.
Purchasing an alert system - ConcessionsSA will pay the approved supplier up to $380 towards the purchase and installation of an approved alert system. The alert system must be installed at the applicant’s residential address and only one alert system is available per household.
Monitoring - ConcessionsSA will pay up to $200 per annum (as of 1st October 2019).
The website includes detailed eligibility criteria including Clinical, Functional and Social criteria as well as a list of approved suppliers and advice about choosing the right system for you.
People NOT eligible for the rebate
- Veterans or veterans' widows or widowers who are eligible under the DVA Rehabilitation Appliances Program
- People who live independently in a retirement village where a personal alert system or similar service is included in the residence contract
- People who live in supported accommodation, such as a supported residential facility or residential aged care facility.