Mental Health Services
Mental health services in South Australia. A directory of where to get mental health help: crisis, counselling, support, advocacy and complaint services.
South Australians living in regional areas have access to a range of specialist mental health services in SA (PDF 77KB), including:
We have a 23 bed Rural and Remote Mental Health Service based at Glenside Health Service Campus and three Integrated Mental Health Inpatient Units at Mount Gambier, Whyalla and Berri.
Our community mental health services are provided by 13 community mental health teams across regional South Australia, including an Intensive Community Program at Whyalla, Mount Gambier and Murray Bridge.
Our community mental health services are provided by 13 community mental health teams across regional South Australia, including an Intensive Community Program at Whyalla, Mount Gambier and Murray Bridge. Community mental health teams provide recovery-focused mental health services to individuals aged 16 and above living in rural and remote areas of South Australia.
We offer youth mental health services for people aged 16-24 and older persons’ mental health services for people aged 65+.
Tele-psychiatry is provided to country South Australians through more than 220 video conferencing units across the Digital Telehealth Network. Contact the telemedicine/tele-psychiatry unit on (08) 7087 1660.
We have a country-wide community rehabilitation service based at Whyalla.
Our other recovery-focused supports and services include:
If you feel that you may be in need of mental health support and have never accessed a mental health service before, have a chat with your GP.
If you require urgent mental health assistance, please call the mental health triage service (the Rural and Remote Distance Consultation and Emergency Triage and Liaison Service) 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 13 14 65.
Our regional local health networks are funded by the State Government to provide mental health services in hospitals and in the community for people with serious and/or severe mental health conditions.
South Australians living in regional areas have access to a range of mental health services, close to home. Find out how you, or your loved ones, can find support.