ASK PEACE is a virtual mental health service for people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds living in South Australia who have been impacted by COVID-19.
Full list of support services offered by Relationships Australia South Australia
Trauma-based counselling, family therapy and groups for adult and child survivors of child sexual abuse. Partners, carers and family members of the survivor can get help too.
The Children and Parenting Support (CaPS) team walks alongside parents and caregivers on their journey in raising healthy children.
Helping children stay connected to parents after separation.
Collaborative Practice is a new and highly effective way of managing separation without going to court.
Community Care Coordination Services for Older People Impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic supports those experiencing social isolation, loneliness & heightened mental health concerns
Free and independent counselling support for people engaging with or affected by the Disability Royal Commission.
Elder Relationship Services provide counselling and mediation to support families who need help negotiating complex issues related to ageing.
Are you affected by family and domestic violence? Are you struggling with behaviours in your relationships you wish to change?
Do you need family violence prevention training to help you in your work?
Helping you to sort things out after separation.
The Family Mental Health Support Service (FMHSS) provides innovative and flexible early intervention support services to enhance the wellbeing of children and young people.
Linking you to a range of services to support family relationships and providing specialist support when separation occurs.
Our family relationship counselling service can provide you, your partner and/or your family, a chance to adjust, repair and strengthen family relationships.
Find & Connect Support Services offers support to Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants by providing counselling, help with records and family searches and support for family reunions for those who grew up in out-of-home care.
The FASS program is for those who are affected by past forced adoptions policies and practices in Australia, also known as ‘local’ adoptions.
Having provided Gambling Help Services since 1995, we support people in making the changes that will help create a brighter and more hopeful future.
Helping children and young people deal with issues arising from their parent’s separation.
The Intercountry Adoptee and Family Support Service provides support to intercountry adoptees and their families, including, young adoptees, adult adoptees and adoptive parents.
Consumer Voice and Peer Support are Lived Experience in Gambling Programs. They offer a chance to heal, tell your story, educate others and support/be supported by peers.
MOSAIC Blood Borne Support Services focus on the health and emotional wellbeing of people living with and affected by HIV and Viral Hepatitis.
Ngartuitya Family Group Conference Service enables families to make their own decisions about how they will all work together to ensure their child’s safety and promote wellbeing.
PEACE (Personal Education And Community Empowerment) is a service that works with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, regardless of their visa status.
People use counselling to receive one-on-one support for a range of issues and to help find solutions to their own challenges.
We provide support services for those whose lives are affected by adoption.
PCSS provides information, advocacy, case management and counselling to support people who have lived in out-of-home care and/or placed under the Guardianship of the Minister in SA
Helping parents stay focused on their children’s needs after separation.
Supporting families and children experiencing separation.
rebuild provides trauma-based counselling and peer support to adult and child victims of crime as they move through the criminal justice process.
The Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced child sexual abuse in institutions across Australia.
SCILS aims to improve the social and emotional wellbeing of children, young people and their families.
The Supporting Emotional Wellness in Aged Care Program provides free individual & group counselling services for people living in residential aged care facilities in metro Adelaide
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Nationally recognised qualifications, workforce development training and online learning programs for the health, family law and community services sectors.
Time for Kids is a not for profit organisation with a mission to create opportunities for children to achieve their full potential.
Together4Kids is a specialist children’s service that provides therapeutic support to children aged 0-12 years.
Walking Together: Intensive Family Services provides support to families with children aged up to 18 years identified (through referral only) in the child protection process.
Western Child and Family Assessment and Referral Network is a support service for families who have a child under the age of 2 years or for women who are pregnant.