Centre for Disability Health SA

SA Intellectual Disability
Health Service sees adults with an
intellectual or developmental disability.
They must have complex needs. Complex means having a lot of different support needs.

Head to Health

Head to Health is a website of apps, online programs, online forums as well as a range of digital information resources. If you live in NSW, Victoria or Tamania you call and talk to a mental health professional.

Brother to Brother

The Brother to Brother crisis line provides phone support for Aboriginal men who need someone to talk to about relationship issues, family violence, parenting, drug and alcohol issues or who are struggling to cope for other reasons.

The line is staffed by Aboriginal men, including Elders, who have a lived experience in the issues that the line offers support for.

Ryde Clinic (DDHU)

A State-wide Health Clinic for Adolescents and Adults with a Developmental Disability. This clinic provides a medical and health consultant service for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The Clinic works in conjunction with the person’s General Practitioner to ensure high quality health care through a network of medical specialists and allied health professionals.