MOSH - Minimisation of Suicide Harm - Thebarton

MOSH is about creating opportunities for people to reach out for support in times of crisis, if they feel they are at risk of harming themselves or others, and for those who are bereaved through suicide.

MOSH is about helping to create a sense of purpose for people, somewhere they can come to engage in activities that will link them to others in a similar situation rather than going through the traditional mental health system.

No appointment necessary, just drop in or give contact them via phone.

2 Locations Open

Neami National - Mental Health and Well-Being

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.

9 Locations Open

StandBy Support After Suicide - Country SA

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.


Mental Health Triage Service

SA Health Mental Health Triage Service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

This service is the main point of access into the mental health service, can provide information, advice in an emergency or crisis situation. This service is staffed by mental health clinicians who will assess and refer to acute response teams where appropriate.

If you feel that you may be in need of mental health support and have never accessed a mental health service before, please contact your general practitioner or phone our mental health triage service on 13 14 65.


Crisis Care Helpline - 131 611

Crisis Care Helpline provides a response in regards to child abuse and neglect matters, along with crisis situations relating to children who are under the care of the Guardianship of the Minister.

The Crisis Care helpline is available Monday - Friday 4pm - 9pm and 24/7 Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays by calling 131 611.



Lifeline provides a 24/7 helpline for crisis support and suicide prevention on 13 11 14.

Lifeline can also be contacted via text message on 0477 13 11 14 between 12pm - 2am (AEST).

There is an online chat option via their website, which is available between 12pm - 2am (AEST) seven days a week.

Lifeline offer information and fact sheet resources via their website.


MensLine Australia

MensLine Australia is the national telephone and online support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns. Professional counsellors are experts in men's health, anger management, family violence, substance abuse, healthy relationships and integrated wellbeing.

This is a free service available to all male members of the public and can be accessed 24/7 from anywhere in Australia.

MensLine can be contacted on 1300 78 99 78 or using their online chat service.


Kids Helpline

Kids Helpline offer free telephone counselling support 24/7 to children and young people aged 5 - 25 years of age. Webchat and email counselling available, please check website for further details.

The Kids Helpline website provides a wealth of information for kids 5-12, teens 13-17 and young people 18-25.

For more information call 1800 55 1800 or visit the website link provided.


Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467

The Suicide Call Back Service provide free professional counselling 24/7, Australia wide via telephone, web chat, video and online counselling for people affected by suicide.

To access the Suicide Call Back Service online counselling, you will need to be:

- Considering suicide or self-harm, bereaved by suicide, or concerned about someone who may be at risk

- For online chat you must be 15 years or over

- For video chat you must be 18 years or over

The Suicide Call Back Service online counselling is not a crisis service. If you need to contact someone urgently, please call 1300 659 467 or life life threatening please call 000.