Child Sexual Abuse Counselling is free and confidential. It aims to address complex trauma from child sexual abuse, support recovery and interrupt intergenerational effects.
Our counselling helps deal with the emotional, social, and psychological health impacts of this abuse.
Who can access this service?
Children, young people and adults who have survived child sexual abuse. The survivor‘s partner, carers and family members can also access the service. Priority groups are children, young people and parents-to-be.
What is provided?
- Individual counselling
- Therapeutic groups
- Couple counselling
- Family therapy
- Parent-child counselling
- Warm referrals
Clients can contact us directly, be referred by family, or by service providers, including the police, education and health services.
Hours: 9 am to 5 pm | Monday to Friday
Locations: Counselling is available via telehealth or from our physical locations listed below and at outreach locations as negotiated.
Please let us know your needs when you book your appointment.
Call: 1800 408 408
Call during business hours to make an appointment. After hours, please leave a voicemail and we will return your call during business hours.
Accessibility: If you find it difficult to hear or speak, you can contact us through the National Relay Service (NRS), please phone 133 677.
Translation/Interpreting: For free of charge support in languages other than English
- Call us and ask for an interpreter, or
- Call ONCALL Interpreters & Translators on 08 8203 8900 and ask to be connected to Relationships Australia on 1800 408 408
- West (Hindmarsh)
- Outer West (Port Adelaide)
- South (Marion)
- North (Salisbury)
- North (Elizabeth)
- Riverland (Berri)
- Mount Gambier
- Port Augusta
- City (South Terrace)
This is a confidential and free service.
Funded by the South Australian Government Department of Human Services