Support Services

At FPSA we want to ensure that everyone receives support through any grievances

Flinders University Counselling Service

Flinders University offers counselling sessions to all students wanting mental health support. New people accessing the service can fill out a new client form here:

They also have an out of hours crisis support line for students to turn to if they are distressed but can’t access Health, Counselling and Disability Services because it is out of normal business hours.

Contact Times (crisis support line):
Weekdays: 5pm to 9am
Weekends and public holidays: 24 hours

Call 1300 512 409 or text 0488 884 103.

Reach Out Peer Support Forum (14 – 25 years)

ReachOut provides young people with a place to share their experiences. The forums aim to reduce isolation, increase connectedness and help you find solutions with the support of a community who have similar experiences.

Support Offered 24/7

SANE Help Centre

SANE supports people living with complex mental health issues and the people who care about them. The SANE Help Centre is staffed by counsellors who will provide you with phone and online counselling, support, information and referrals.

Contact Times: Monday-Friday; 10:00am – 10:00pm
Phone: 1800 187 263

Alcohol and Drug Information Service

ADIS is a confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service for the general public, concerned family and friends, students and health professionals.

Support Offered 24/7
Phone: 1300 13 1340

Woman’s Information Service

WIS can discuss options and choices relevant to your individual situation. They offer support and services for a wide range of situations including domestic/family violence, sexual assault and safety, financial security, health and wellbeing, relationship and family advice.

Contact Times: Monday-Friday; 8:00am – 9:00am
Phone: 8303 0590 or 1800 188 158

Carer Gateway

Carer Gateway is a national phone and online service that provides practical information and resources to support carers. The interactive service finder helps carers connect to local support services.

Support Offered 24/7

Seeking help can sometimes feel like a big step. You may wonder: Is it the right time? Will I be judged? Will people understand? It’s natural to have these thoughts, but when you’re experiencing a mental health condition, seeking help is an important step towards getting better.

– Head To Health

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