rebuild - Relationships Australia South Australia
rebuild provides trauma-based counselling and peer support to adult and child victims of crime as they move through the criminal justice process.
- Phone: 1800 310 310 (call during business hours to make an appointment or to leave a voicemail and they will return your call)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you find it difficult to hear or speak, you can contact RASA through the National Relay Service (NRS) on 133 677.
If you require support in another language, you can use the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) free of charge by:
- Calling RASA and asking for an interpreter, or
- Calling TIS on 131 450 and asking to be connected on 1800 577 571
Domestic Violence Crisis Line
The Domestic Violence Crisis Line can help by:
- developing safety management strategies that suit your unique situation
- linking you with tools that promote safety and technology security
- facilitating access for you and your children to safe accommodation
- providing domestic and family violence counselling over the phone
- providing information and referrals to accommodation, police, legal, housing, specialised counselling and financial supports available
- supporting you to remain safe at home.
Phone: 1800 800 098 (Free call 24 hours)
Due to the volume of calls the crisis line receives, leave a message rather than stay on hold. A specialist counsellor will return your call at a safe time nominated by you.
Lifeline is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.
Phone: 13 11 14
If you find it hard to talk, you can also text 0477 13 11 14. Lifeline Text is available 6.00pm - Midnight (AEST), 7 days a week.
You can also access support via online chat from 7pm to Midnight (Syd time) 7 days.
Mental Health Triage Service (24 hours)
The SA Health Mental Health Triage Service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service:
- is the main point of access into mental health services
- can provide advice and information in a mental health emergency or crisis situation
- is staffed by mental health clinicians
- will assess and refer to response teams where appropriate.
Phone: 13 14 65
Homicide Victim Support Group
The Homicide Victim Support Group is a self-help group including people who have suffered the loss of a family member or friend through homicide.
Members join together to:
- help others cope with their trauma
- share their experiences
- provide information about services and systems
- listen to others and share insights into surviving.
Road Trauma Support Team
The Road Trauma Support Team of South Australia provides free support for people who have been affected by road trauma, whether directly or indirectly.
This may include:
- vehicle occupants
- family members
- work colleagues
- emergency service personnel
The Compassionate Friends (SA) Inc is part of a worldwide organisation offering friendship and understanding to families following the death of a son or daughter, brother or sister.
Compassionate Friends offers support in the grief and trauma which follows the death of a child at any age and from any cause.