FOR LGBTQIA+ YOUNG PEOPLE
Bfriend (Uniting Communities): Adelaide
One to one peer support and support groups for people who are newly identifying as same‐sex attracted, and/or questioning their gender identity. Ph: 8202 5190 or find them on Facebook.
Our Place (Uniting Communities): Adelaide
Free counselling service for people under 25 who are intersex, questioning their sexuality or gender, or who identify as LGBTQIA+, and their loved ones. Available Monday–Wednesday, 9am–5pm. Over the phone counselling available for people in remote or regional areas. Call (08) 8202 5190 to book an appointment.
Moogaloo Mob and Blak Lemons: Adelaide
A monthly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander group that offer support and social connection to people who identify as gay, lesbian, brotherboy or sistergirl. You can find them on Facebook under ‘Moogaloo Mob’.
Sexual health service and counselling for individuals, families, and couples for support around gender identity and/or sexual orientation. Ph: 1300 794 584
ShineSA Gender Wellbeing Service
Non‐crisis, confidential service for trans and gender‐diverse people who are over 12 years of age and are experiencing mild to moderate mental health concerns related to their gender identity. Ph: (08) 7099 5320
Mental health, sexual health, and alcohol/drug counselling and support for people aged 12–25. All services are free and no GP referral is needed. Ph: (08) 8582 4422
Adelaide Gender Clinic and Counselling
Counselling service specifically for LGBTQIA+ individuals, couples, and families in relation to gender identity and sexual orientation. Can provide e‐consultations for rural or regional clients. Ph: (08) 8311 3781
Provides support, education, and training about sexual health and HIV for men who have sex with men, people living with HIV, as well as the wider LGBTQIA+ community. Services include peer support groups, workshops, HIV testing, and more general living support. Ph: (08) 7099 5300
Cheltenham Place (Centacare Catholic Family Services)
Respite care for rural‐based people living with HIV and their carers who are attending appointments in Adelaide. Ph: (08) 8272 8799
Community‐based mental health service for children and adolescents. Up to 15 years of age. Ph: (08) 8582 4290
A queer peer phone and online chat counselling offered 3pm–11pm every day. Ph: 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au