Community Services

Fleurieu Services Directory

Are you facing a difficult time and don't know where to go for help? The Fleurieu Services Directory connects people with a wide range of local services that can support safety, physical health, mental health, material wellbeing, relationships and development.

Fleurieu Services Directory

If you require crisis care, please call any of the following helplines:

  • Mental health triage - 13 14 65
  • Lifeline - 13 11 14
  • Healthdirect - 1800 022 222

Mental Health Services

The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to a range of mental health services. If you or someone you know is struggling with a mental health related issue, we encourage you to download the following list of local mental health agencies. If you require crisis care, you can also contact the mental health triage service at 13 14 65.

Fleurieu Peninsula Mental Health Agencies

Homelessness Services

Junction is a housing support service operating along the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula, including the Victor Harbor, Alexandrina and Yankalilla areas. They offer short to medium term support for people aged 15 and over and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Reasons people might seek support including financial difficulties, issues with tenancies, non-payment of rent or personal issues and circumstances leading to homelessness.

Junction Australia

Council programs, services and initiatives

While in many cases local government is not a primary service provider, councils can still play a significant role in creating equitable and cohesive communities. The City of Victor Harbor aims to be a vibrant city where individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities thrive.

Council offers a range of support services that are directed at assisting vulnerable people and groups in the community. This includes advocating to state and federal government representatives to table collective concerns from our region.

The City of Victor Harbor also coordinates a range of proactive community programs that aim to support vulnerable people across all demographics. Many of these programs (listed below) are supported with funding from state and federal governments.