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South Australia

Mental Health Service

Our LGBTIQA+ Specialist Mental Health Service in Adelaide is a service for lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, non-binary and gender diverse, intersex, queer, and asexual community members experiencing mental illness and psychological distress aged 16 and above.

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SAMESH is here to prevent the spread of HIV and improve the health and wellbeing of our gender, sex, and sexually diverse communities in South Australia. How do we do it? We use targeted health campaigns, community education, training, peer support, health services, and so much more to equip our communities with the information and resources they need to take control of their health and wellbeing. Plus, we recognise the importance of making sure our communities are socially connected. We’re stronger together afterall. Here’s an overview of just some of the things we do at SAMESH.

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16 Feb 2021

Wherever Sex Happens in South Australia

After a successful run in Victoria, one health promotion campaign has undergone a reboot to feature South Australia locations and remind people to look after their sexual health - Wherever Sex Happens.SAMESH Team Manager Skye Bartlett talks a little bit about the experiencing of updating and photographing the campaign for a South Australian audience.

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28 Jul 2023

South Australia Launches Groundbreaking LGBTIQA+ Mental Health Service

Thorne Harbour Health, one of Australia’s largest LGBTIQA+ community-controlled health organisations, is proud to announce the official launch of the LGBTIQA+ mental health service in Adelaide. Addressing the unique mental health challenges faced by LGBTIQA+ people, this specialist service is a first for South Australia and joins the ACT as the only government funded services nationwide to do so.“Mental health issues within our LGBTIQA+ communities are a serious concern — with higher rates of anxiety, depression and suicide than the general population,” said Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth.

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