We've put together a list of support organisations that are helpful for pregnant teenagers and teenage parents. If you have support organisations that you think should be listed here please email Jane.
Phone: (08) 8363 1444
Phone: 1300 139 313 For country and interstate callers, (price of a local call)
"Counselling service for pregnant women providing information and choices to women. Also source and donate clothing and nursery equipment as required. Pregnancy testing available. Open from 9.30am-4.30pm Mon-Fri. Funded by public donations, staffed by volunteers, some doctors, nurses and social workers.
Pregnancy Help Line Phone: 1300 792 798 (QLD, NSW, VIC, ACT) and 1300 655 156 (SA, WA, TAS, NT)
Pregnancy Help Australia is a national body which provides support, education and resources to life affirming Pregnancy Support Centres throughout Australia.
Phone: Tollfree 1800 777 690 (national)
Free, professional, confidential counselling in relation to pregnancy testing, unplanned pregnancy, post-abortion concerns, pregnancy support, pregnancy loss & adoption
Phone: Ursula: (07) 3809 0196
Voluntary support group for mothers who have had traumatic birth experiences. Support offered through email and phone Australia-wide.
Phone: 1300 364 100 (local call cost from anywhere in South Australia)
The Children, Youth and Women's Health Services (CYWHS) Parent Helpline provides telephone information and support at any time 7 days a week (calls received between 7.15am - 9.15pm will be answered by local Parent Helpline staff; calls received outside these hours will be automatically redirected to the national healthdirect helpline).
Web : www.breastfeeding.asn.au
Breastfeeding Helpline Phone: 1800 686 2 686 (1800 mum 2 mum)
The Australian Breastfeeding Association is a large community based self-help group, recognised as a leading authority on breastfeeding management.