Support services for families and young people
A self-service website for adults concerned about the safety or wellbeing of a child, young person, or family.
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Metropolitan Youth Health Service (MyHealth)
Provides free health services and programs to young people aged 12–25 years across metropolitan Adelaide. Please contact your local Metropolitan Youth Health site for information on opening hours and services, or to make an appointment.
Talking Realities Young Parenting Program and Indigenous Young Parents Program
For young people aged under 25 years who are pregnant or parenting.
Westwood Health Centre, Unit 1, 40–44 Trafford Street, Angle Park.
Phone 8243 5637
Metropolitan Aboriginal Youth and Family Services (MAYFS)
MAYFS works closely with Aboriginal young people who have had contact with the youth justice system within metropolitan Adelaide.
Phone 1800 NUKKIN (1800 685 546)
Korna Winmil Yunti
The Stronger Safer Families Outreach Hubs are a culturally appropriate service to address and reduce family violence and improve the safety of women and children in the home.
Phone 8377 7822
Uniting Care Wesley Country SA (Port Pirie)
Uniting Country SA provides services to families, single adults and children, who are experiencing difficulties such as domestic violence, disability, mental health issues, financial distress, homelessness, and family breakdown in country SA.
Phone 8633 8600
Relationship support services, children’s services, counselling, disability services, domestic violence, drug and alcohol services, pregnancy support, foster care, youth homelessness and community services.
Phone 8215 6700