Mental health services

SA Health has a comprehensive range of public mental health services for children and adolescents, adults and older people in SA. Services are provided through community health centres and hospitals, and to consumers in their own homes.

Your general practitioner is able to help and can make referrals to specialist mental health services. There are also a broad network of non-government organisations that provide many important mental health services with assistance from the South Australian government.

Mental Health Triage Service - 13 14 65

The SA Health Mental Health Triage Service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

This service:

  • is the main point of access to state funded mental health services
  • can provide advice and information in a mental health emergency or crisis situation
  • is staffed by mental health clinicians
  • will assess and refer to acute response teams where appropriate.

If you feel that you may be in need of mental health support and have never accessed a mental health service before, please contact your general practitioner or phone our mental health triage service on 13 14 65.

COVID-19 mental health support

SA Health has established a network of telephone and online services that can provide you with mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic. For information see the COVID-19 Mental Health Support page.

Find mental health services in your local area

Central mental health services

Hospital services

  • Glenside Health Services: Acute Care, Inpatient Rehabilitation Services – 2 Karrayarta Drive, Glenside
    Telephone: (08) 7087 1000
  • Royal Adelaide Hospital, Mental Health Unit: Psychiatric Intensive Care, Acute Care, Short Stay, Consultation Liaison – Port Road Adelaide
    Telephone: (08) 7074 0259
  • The Queen Elizabeth Hospital: Cramond Clinic (Acute Care, Psychiatric Intensive Care), Mental Health Short Stay Unit, Ward South East Older Persons Mental Health Service (OPMHS) – 28 Woodville Road, Woodville
    Telephone: (08) 8222 8440

Adult community services

These services are for non-acute or urgent services and can be accessed directly or via your GP or the Mental Health Triage service.

Community Clinical Rehabilitation Service (CCRS)

Community Clinical Rehabilitation Service (CCRS) is a voluntary clinical rehabilitation program for people who have an experience of mental illness. CCRS promotes wellness, recovery, and relapse prevention.

Our services

We provide a one-to-one rehabilitation service for people linked with community mental health services.

We support you to work towards your goals, using and building upon your current strengths and values to guide your recovery. We work with you, in a collaborative manner to help you develop your skills and live the life you want to live.

We are a time-limited service, working with you for between 3 – 6 months, however, it can be shorter or longer depending on your needs.

How to attend CCRS

If you are aged between 16 and 65 years of age, have a mental health diagnosis, and are linked with either the eastern or western Community Mental Health teams, you may be eligible to access CCRS services.

Talk to your care coordinator and/or doctor who can submit a referral on your behalf

Location and opening hours

We provide services Monday to Friday during business hours, in a variety of locations, depending on suitability and your needs.

We can work with you at:

  • CCRS Kidman Park Clinic, 308 Grange Road, Kidman Park 5025
  • your Community Mental Health Centre
  • within your home or somewhere within your local community

Your Community Mental Health Team will remain your primary point of contact, whilst you receive support from CCRS.

More information

Download the CCRS consumer information flyer (PDF), which includes a guided discussion you can undertake with your care coordinator to start the process of getting a referral to CCRS and/or request peer specialist services.

Contact us

Community Clinical Rehabilitation Service (CCRS)
Mental Health Clinical Program, CALHN
Telephone: 8200 2000

Northern mental health services

NALHN Division of Mental Health Information for Consumers and Carers (PDF 300KB)

Hospital services

  • Lyell McEwin Hospital Ward 1G – Oldham Road, Elizabeth Vale
    Telephone: (08) 8182 9318
  • Modbury Hospital: Woodleigh House – Smart Road, Modbury
    Telephone: (08) 8161 2399

Adult community services

  • Modbury Office – 116 Reservoir Road, Modbury
    Telephone: (08) 7425 6300
  • Salisbury Office – 7-9 Park Terrace, Salisbury
    Telephone: (08) 7485 4300
  • Club 84 – 84 Yorktown Road, Elizabeth Park
    Telephone: (08) 7485 4500
  • The Gully – 116 Reservoir Road Modbury
    Telephone: (08) 7425 6366
  • Community Recovery Centre: Wondakka – 10 Saratoga Road, Elizabeth East
    Telephone: (08) 8282 1840

Southern mental health services

Hospital services

  • Margaret Tobin Centre: Flinders Medical Centre - Flinders Drive, Bedford Park
    Telephone: (08) 8404 2570
  • Morier Ward: Noarlunga Hospital - Alexander Kelly Drive, Noarlunga Centre
    Telephone: (08) 8384 9633

Adult community services

Statewide forensic mental health service

Veterans' mental health services

Older persons’ mental health services

After hours emergency referral for Older People are received and managed by emergency mental health services via the 13 14 65 number.

For details on hospital and community based services, see the Older persons’ mental health services page.

Regional mental health services

Adelaide Hills Community mental health service
22 Druids Avenue, Mount Barker SA 5251
Phone: (08) 7425 7770

Barossa/Gawler mental health services
21 Hutchinson Road, Gawler East SA 5118
Phone: (08) 8521 2117 or (08) 8521 2080

Clare mental health services
Lennon Street Centre
Units 4 & 5, 17 Lennon Street, Clare SA 5453
Phone: (08) 8841 3500

GP Plus Health Care Centre
3 Eyre Highway, Ceduna SA 5690
Phone: (08) 8626 2160 or 0458 534 317

Kangaroo Island community mental health service
Cook Community Health Centre, Esplanade, Kingscote SA 5223
Phone: (08) 8553 4231

Kadina mental health service
10 Digby Street, Kadina SA 5554
Phone: (08) 8880 5400

Murray Mallee mental health service
104 Swanport Road, Murray Bridge SA 5253 
Phone: (08) 8535 6800

Port Augusta mental health services
Flinders Terrace Health Centre, 36 Flinders Terrace, Port Augusta SA 5700
Phone: (08) 8648 5800

Port Lincoln mental health services
West Wing Port Lincoln Health Services, Oxford Terrace, Port Lincoln SA 5606
Phone: (08) 8683 2083

Port Pirie Community and Allied Health Centre
mental health services, Alexander Street, Port Pirie SA 5540
Phone: (08) 8638 4693

Riverland Integrated Mental Health Inpatient Unit
Riverland General Hospital, 10 Maddern Street, Berri SA 5343
Phone: (08) 8580 2636

Rural and Remote Inpatient Unit
226 Fullarton Road, Glenside SA 5065
Phone: (08) 7087 1600

South East Integrated Mental Health Inpatient Unit and Community Services
Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier SA 5290
Phone:  (08) 8721 1507

Whyalla Integrated Mental Health Inpatient Unit and Community Services
20 Wood Terrace, Whyalla SA 5600
Phone: (08) 8644 5130

Yorke Peninsula mental health service
9 South Terrace, Minlaton SA 5575
Phone: (08) 8853 2308

Victor Harbor – Southern Fleurieu mental health service
Harbourview Terrace, Victor Harbor SA 5211
Phone: (08) 8552 0600

For more information visit Regional Health mental health services

Child and Adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) statewide services for South Australia

Women’s mental health services

Counselling and support services

Advocacy and complaints services

Other links to support services