Services that provide protection from potential harm or tools to assist Individuals to prevent harm within the family and community.
Police, Child Abuse Report Line, Emergency accommodation, Domestic Violence services, Neighbourhood Watch, Crisis care, Homelessness services, Lifeline, Kids Help line, ACIS Bullying programs and cyber safety.Find Services
Services providing support for individuals to achieve and maintain growth and development and facilitate access to prevention measures to redress any emerging health concerns. Including; physical activity, nutrition and diet, alcohol and drugs, medical self-care, rest and sleep.
Disability, Primary health (GP, Dental, Specialists, Child and YouthHealth), Allied Health (OT, Speech Pathologist, Psychologist, physiotherapist), Nutrition/Dietician, Sports club, alcohol and substance use.Find Services
Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing
Services providing support to individuals to enable them to realize their own potential, cope with normal life stresses, work productively and fruitfully and be able to make a contribution to their community. Improving an individual’s ability to understand the value of their emotions to enable them to move forward in a positive direction.
Alcohol and substance abuse, Mental health services (Adult and CAMHS), Psychologists, GP(mental health care plans), NGO agencies, Bullying programs, parent/child conflict, parenting programs.Find Services
Service that provide support to individuals to improve their emotional involvement with family, partners, peers and community. Assisting them to achieve a sense of connection within their immediate environment.
Community Centres, Parenting programs, Friendship groups, Community groups, Parent/child services, Counselling, Psychology, Cultural groups, Spiritual groups, Playgroups, Schools, Kindys, Children’s Centres.Find Services
Services that improve individuals and families access to adequate and stable housing, adequate clothing, health food and clean water. Improving their ability to act meaningfully to pursue goals and enjoy a satisfactory quality of life.
Financial counselling, Emergency financial assistance, Housing, Centrelink, Community Welfare i.e. food, assistance programs Transport services, Employment services and programs.Find Services
Learning & Development
Services that provide support to individuals and families to acquire knowledge and skills through study, experience or being taught. Facilitating people’s engagement with learning.
Schools, Preschools, Children’s Centres, Homework Clubs, University, TAFE, FLO providers, Community Adult Education, Skills Development, VET courses, Sports clubs, Activity clubs i.e Scouts, Tutoring, Community centres.Find Services
We have collected the details of as many of the organisations providing services in the South East as possible to provide a selection of services for users of this directory to choose from. The developers of this website do not endorse any particular organisations or services. Choosing a suitable service is up to the discretion of the user.
This website is not monitored.
If your situation is life threatening please call 000 immediately.
If you require crisis care or support please call any of the following:
|24hr Emergency & Crisis Intervention||13 14 65|
|Lifeline||13 11 14|
|Healthdirect||1800 022 222|
|Or your local GP clinic or hospital|
About Limestone Coast
The Limestone Coast Region is located in the far south-east of South Australia, between 200- and 450-kilometres south-east of the Adelaide CBD, and between 400 and 500 kilometres west of the Melbourne CBD. The Limestone Coast Region is bounded by the Coorong District Council area and the Southern Mallee District Council area in the north, the Victorian border, West Wimmera Shire and Glenelg Shire in the east, and the Southern Ocean in the south and west. The 2017 Estimated Resident Population for the Limestone Coast region is 66,698. The Limestone Coast Region encompasses seven local government areas: the District Council of Grant, the Kingston District Council area, the City of Mount Gambier, the Naracoorte-Lucindale Council area, the District Council of Robe, the Tatiara District Council area, and the Wattle Range Council area.
The Limestone Coast has many of South Australia’s key resource-based companies in the eight industry areas of: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing; Manufacturing; Retail Trade; Education; Health and Community Services; Construction; Accommodation, Cafes and Restaurants and Transport.
The Limestone Coast is home to some of South Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders. Discover the aptly-named Blue Lake which turns a vivid turquoise colour during the summer months and the underground oasis, Umpherston Sinkhole. Snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Piccaninnie Ponds or visit Ewens Ponds Conservation Park, renowned for incredible underwater visibility of up to 80 metres.Read more