We work hard to ensure that our services are safe and inclusive for everyone. So whether you access our clinical service, see a counsellor, engage in some professional education, visit the resource centre, or contact our Sexual Healthline, you will receive a respectful and inclusive service.
Our clinical teams at SHINE SA include doctors, registered nurses/midwives and counsellors.
For sexual and reproductive health services, you can make an appointment or drop into a clinic. Counselling services are available for individuals, couples and families including support around gender identity and/or sexual orientation. Telephone appointments can be requested.
SHINE SA provides dedicated training for LGBTIQA+ inclusion.
In addition, many of our sexual and reproductive health courses include gender diversity and sexual diversity.
The Gender Wellbeing Service provides counselling and a peer support program for people who are transgender, gender diverse and gender questioning, their family members, partners and supports.
SHINE SA’s Gender Connect Country SA is a free service for people living in country SA. The service provides confidential support from peer workers with lived experience of gender diversity.
There is a range of different support groups and services run by other organisations. They are open to people of different ages, sexualities and gender identities. Some are simply social, while others may include health promotion.
Links to some of SHINE SA’s favourite websites and resources covering sexual diversity, gender diversity and intersex.
SHINE SA advocates on different levels for equal rights and opportunities for people of diverse sexualities and gender identities, and works in partnership with relevant community groups and agencies.