If you are a student needing support or a parent needing support for your child please contact our Student Wellbeing team via email studentwellbeing@portside.sa.edu.au

For out of hours assistance, please see the resource list below:

24 hour Crisis Support
Emergency situations
(including immediate risk of harm to yourself or others)
Phone: 000 or 112
Lifeline – Suicide and Crisis Support
Phone 131 114 and www.lifeline.org.au
1800RESPECT
Sexual assault, domestic family violence counselling service

Ph: 1800 737 732
www.1800respect.org.au

Mental Health Triage Service
(For assistance in a mental health emergency)
Ph: 13 14 65
Parenting Support Services
Triple P Parenting www.triplep-parenting.net.au
Child and Youth Health – Parent Helpline
Ph: 1300 364 100
www.cyh.com
ReachOut -Parents
Helping parents support teenagers through
everyday issues
www.parents.au.reachout.com
Local Resources

Headspace – Port Adelaide
Counselling service for young people aged 2-25.
Services include both individual and family counselling
78-80 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide SA 5015
Ph: (08) 8215 6340
CAMHS Western
Child and adolescent mental health services

78-80 Dale St, Port Adelaide SA 5015
Ph: (08) 8341 1222
Port Adelaide Police Station (open 24/7)
244 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide SA 5015
Ph: (08) 8207 6444
Counselling Services
Available 24 Hours a day 7 days a week
Kids Helpline [ages 5-25]
Ph: 1800 551 800
www.kidshelpline.com.au
Suicide Call Back Service [ages 15+]
Ph: 1300 659 467
www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au
Youth beyondblue
Ph: 1300 224 636
www.youthbeyondblue.com
Other Services
Eheadspace
Ph: 1800 551 800
www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/
The Butterfly Foundation
Foundation for eating disorders

Ph: 1800 33 4673
www.thebutterflyfoundation.org.au
ReachOut

www.au.reachout.com
Suicide Prevention

www.suicideprevention.com.au
Relationships Australia

Ph: 1300 364 277
eSafety Commissionerwww.esafety.gov.au
Helpful Apps

Smiling Mind
Mindfulness exercises to assist in dealing with the challenges of life

Calm Harm
Includes tasks to help manage
the urge to self-harm

The Resilience Project
Practicing gratitude, empathy and mindfulness

Calm
Mindfulness and sleep

Headspace
Guided mindfulness

Clear Fear
Helping manage anxiety

Combined Minds
For families/friends of people experiencing ill mental health
The Niggle App
Track your wellbeing and get personalised information
ReachOut WorryTime
Interrupts repetative thinking by setting aside worries for a more helpful time