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Office for Women

Health and Safety

If life is in danger, phone 000 (triple zero).

For Covid-19 information, visit SA.GOV.AU: COVID-19

Women's Health Service

For: women, including women affected by domestic violence.

Services: welcoming, safe and culturally respectful clinical and wellbeing services in metropolitan Adelaide.

Phone 8444 0700
Women's Health Service website


For: Everyone.

Services: phone access to trusted, quality health information and advice. 24-hour service.

Phone 1800 022 222 (24 hours)
Healthdirect website

Nunkuwarrin Yunti

For: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Services: a wide range of primary health, social and emotional wellbeing services.

Phone 8406 1600
Nunkuwarrin Yunti website

Metropolitan Youth Health Service

For: vulnerable young people aged 12 to 25, with a focus on young people under 18 years.

Services: free and confidential clinical health services including doctor/nurse clinics, sexual health, programs for pregnant and parenting young women and their partners.

Elizabeth office, phone 8255 3477
Christies Beach office, phone 8326 6053
Angle Park office, phone 8243 5637
Metropolitan Youth Health Service website

Refugee Health Service

For: recently arrived refugees and asylum seekers in the early resettlement period.

Services: free, culturally sensitive health care.

Phone 8237 3900
Freecall 1800 635 566
Refugee Health Service website


For: South Australian community.

Services: sexual health services, clinics, counselling, information, LGBTIQ+ services, and resources.

For enquiries and appointments, phone 1300 794 584
For sexual healthline, phone 1300 883 793
Country callers, phone 1800 188 171
SHINE SA website

Policy-related information



For: anyone in crisis

Services: online, phone and face-to-face crisis support and suicide prevention services. 24-hour service.

Phone 13 11 14 (24 hours)
Lifeline website

Mental Health Triage Service

For: anyone needing help in a mental health emergency.

Services: advice and information in a mental health emergency or crisis.

Phone 13 14 65 (24 hours)
Mental Health Triage Service - SA Health

Skylight Mental Health

For: people experiencing mental illness, their families and friends.

Services: information, individual and group programs, residential respite accommodation programs, education and training.

Phone 8378 4100
Skylight Mental Health

Beyond Blue

For: everyone.

Services: supporting people affected by anxiety, depression and suicide. 24-hour service.

Phone 1300 22 4636 (24-hours)
Beyond Blue web chat
Beyond Blue email
Beyond Blue website

Policy related information

Safety and Wellbeing


For: women.

Services: free information, tools and webinars to help women be safe online.

eSafetyWomen resources

Stay Smart Online

For: everyone.

Services: explains the risks and simple steps you can take to protect personal and financial information online.

Stay Smart Online

Legal Services Commission

For: South Australians.

Services: free legal information, advice and grants of legal aid.

Phone 1300 366 424 (free legal help line)
Cyber-stalking and Cyber-harassment fact sheet (PDF 293 KB)
The Legal Services Commission

Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network (ACORN)

Cybercrime includes use of a computer or online network to commit crimes such as fraud, online image abuse, identity theft or threats and intimidation.

For: everyone.

Services: receives reports of cybercrime, provides advice.

ACORN website

Protect your personal information online

The Women's Information Service has developed a guide and checklist to help protect a person's privacy.

On a date that isn’t working out? Feel like you’re not in a safe situation? Go to the bar and ask for Angela for discreet help. #AskForAngela

Ask for Angela is an international campaign introduced into South Australia to promote safety in licensed venues.

For: women on a date, and/or with someone in a licensed venue like a pub or club.

Services: If you feel unsafe at a licensed venue that is displaying Ask for Angela campaign material, you can discreetly ask the staff for ‘Angela’. This simple code word alerts venue staff that you require assistance. The staff can then help you appropriately and respectfully.

Read more on the Ask for Angela campaign.

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