The BPD Collaborative (BPD Co) is a SA state-wide service has been developed in response to the demonstrated need for enhanced, evidence-based BPD service development in South Australia, tailored to the needs of consumers, carers and clinicians.
a website specifically for people with a lived experience of BPD, carers clinicians and service providers in South Australia.
Mental health emergency - call 13 14 65 - Mental Health Triage Service/ Assessment and Crisis Intervention Service
13 14 65 available 24 hours, seven days a week
A glossary of terms frequently used in SA by Mental Health Services
SA Mental Health Services....a searchable database for services in SA
Youth mental health services (aged 16 to 24 years)
A support group for anyone who cares for a family member or friend who has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, or experiences it's symptoms (emotion dysregulation). Carers are welcome to join the monthly Sanctuary meeting in person or online. Download their brochure here. Email.
The 12 week Family Connections program is designed to provide parents, spouses, adult children, and siblings the knowledge and skills that will be helpful to them for their own well being in living with a relative with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The program also helps those relatives build a support network with other individuals with a relative with BPD.
To register your interest contact NEA BPD (Aust) via email.
Skylight offers a range of services for people who experience mental illness and for their family and friends who care for them. We provide support and information, build community awareness and advocate for improved mental health policy and services.
Action Plan for People Living with Borderline Personality Disorder 2017–2020
The South Australian Mental Health Commission is developing the State’s first Action Plan for People Living with Borderline Personality Disorder 2017–2020.
A Project Steering Group was established in June 2016 to develop the Action Plan, which will be released in late 2016.
The Commission will work in partnership with the Department of Health and Ageing, Primary Health Networks, the Department for Education and Child Development, Department for Correctional Services, SAPOL, SA Ambulance Services, NGOs and advocacy groups, including consumers and carers with lived experience.
This Action Plan aims to assist people living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and their significant others, families and carers by contributing to the provision of better access to mental health care to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with BPD.
For more information click here
Finding Help for Alcohol and Other Drug Problems (in SA)