Below are some common questions and answers about SHINE SA services.
If you have a question about sexual health, please call our free and confidential Sexual Healthline on 1300 883 793, which is open Monday to Friday between 9.00am and 12.30pm. (If you live outside Adelaide, please call toll free on 1800 188 171).
SHINE SA (Sexual Health Information, Networking and Education) has provided sexual health services to the South Australian community since 1970. Services include clinics, counselling, community and professional education programs, library facilities and resources.
You can also have your sexual health questions answered by an experienced sexual health nurse by calling our Sexual Healthline.
The Sexual Healthline is open from 9.00am to 12.30pm Monday to Friday. It’s a confidential service, so if you want to talk to someone about your sexual health, but feel more at ease with a telephone conversation than face-to-face contact, then call the healthline on:
SHINE SA provides services for specific Communities of Interest:
Services are free for people under the age of 25. Services are also free for people with a valid Concession/Health Care card.
This does not include the cost of consumables (e.g. medication, contraception supplied by SHINE SA, medication, and some vaccines).
Fees for our services can be found on our clinic page: Find a Clinic.
The clinical teams at SHINE SA include both doctors and registered nurses/midwives who work collaboratively to provide high quality services to the community.
We produce a range of publications, pamphlets and other resources. Many of the resources can be downloaded for free.
Visit our Online Shop to view or purchase resources.