At SHINE SA we aim to foster a safe and inclusive environment for Aboriginal people to access relationships and sexual health services.
We work hard to ensure that we collaborate and partner with communities and service providers to develop culturally appropriate information and services, and promote a holistic approach to health.
Our vision for reconciliation
Our vision is that SHINE SA will build positive relationships with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community in SA to support real and lasting improvement in the sexual health of the community.
Our commitment to reconciliation
Our courses aim to provide Aboriginal workers with an increased level of knowledge and confidence when working with clients and colleagues in the area of sexual and reproductive health and relationships.
The SHINE SA Schools Education and Support Team provides training suitable to Aboriginal education workers, teachers, SSOs, principals and counsellors who work with Aboriginal young people in schools.
For sexual health services, you can make an appointment or drop in to a clinic. Counselling services are available for individuals, couples and families. Telephone appointments can be requested, especially for rural / remote clients.
Our clinical teams at SHINE SA include doctors, registered nurses/midwives and counsellors.