If you are working through the effects of sexual abuse or sexual assault – either recently or in the past – talking with someone can help.
We understand that this can be difficult. Our counselling services are confidential, respectful and safe, and can support you to move forward.
Sexual Abuse & Sexual Assault Counselling for young people
You can access this service if you are between the ages of 12 and 25, and homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our counselling services are available to you and your family.Read more
We can support you with assessment, case management, information and education, and help to connect or reconnect with education or training.
We can also assist dealings with the police, the courts and issues around justice.
The service operates from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, throughout the Adelaide metropolitan region. It is funded through the South Australian Government Department for Communities and Social Inclusion.
If you have been affected by sexual abuse or sexual assault and need out of hours support, please contact the National Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence Counselling Service on 1800 737 732.
Childhood Sexual Abuse Counselling
We can support you if you are an adult, young person or child who has experienced childhood sexual abuse in the past.Read more
We understand how difficult it can be for people to talk about their experiences of sexual abuse. Our professional counsellors:
- will listen, believe and be non-judgemental
- are appropriately trained in this area
- will talk to you about our confidentiality and privacy guidelines
- provide information and resources that you may find useful
- can refer you to other relevant services
- respect that you know what is best for you.
We can also support other people who have been affected, including parents, siblings, grandparents, friends and partners.
You may also find our ‘Seeking Hope and Strength’ booklet useful:
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