This includes referral pathways to additional services and supports.
Our volunteers offer one-one informal support for Trans and Gender Diverse people who are 18 years old and over and their supports from a lived experience perspective.
The Gender Wellbeing Service provides non-crisis confidential counselling for Trans and Gender Diverse people who are 12 years old and over with mild to moderate mental health concerns. Our Counsellor is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and can provide counselling around a range of challenges impacting on the mental health and wellbeing. Counsellor is not able to clinically diagnose gender dysphoria.
Assistance in referral to other professionals Transsexual support south australia this purpose is available through Counselling or Peer Support Program. Please fill out the Contact Gender Wellbeing Service form below or, alternatively, call orleave your details including a contact phone number Transsexual support south australia best time to call within working hours and the Peer Support Worker will be in contact at the earliest convenience.
If you are in crisis, or the person you are supporting is in crisis, the following free services can provide immediate support:. For a language guide for trans and gender diverse inclusion please see the following resource by ACON: A not for profit organisation that offers a social support and friendship network to all within the transgendered community of South Australia.
An advocacy group for gender diverse people in Adelaide, who also run a Meet Up www. A fortnightly peer support group for trans men and gender diverse people who identify along the masculine end of the gender spectrum. They meet every month in a friendly, safe and confidential environment.
Bfriend offers mentoring, support, information and referral for people coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex or queer LGBTIQand their families. A regular bi-monthly drop in space for queer young people to meet, feel comfortable and take part in activities planned by and for LGBTIQ young people 15 to On pm every second and fourth Thursday of the month. Skylight previously known as Mental Illness Fellowship of SA is a community based, not-for-profit organisation delivering a range of programs and services for people affected by mental illness, carers and the community.
This is a chill, welcoming Drop-in space for queers agedon Thursdays fortnightly, 5pm-8pm First and third week of each month. A group for young people aged 12 to 17 years who identify as gender questioning, gender-diverse and transgender.
Building resilience, skills and peer support. This group is provided on the third Thursday of each month — a drop in program for young people aged years who identify as LGBTIQ.
The group is a safe space Transsexual support south australia build resilience, develop new skills, obtain peer support and like-minded people. Headspace Mount Gambier is an inclusive and safe space for young people agedthis includes those who identify as sexually or gender diverse, or are unsure about their sexual or gender identity. Meets fortnightly on Thursdays.
This group is for same sex attracted, gender diverse young people and allies, aged A social group that meets every three weeks, including gender and sexually diverse people and allies up to 25 years old.