Aboriginal people experience poorer health and greater exposure to risk factors than other South Australians.
Information about chronic, infectious and other health conditions
affecting the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population is provided by Australian Indigenous Health InfoNet.
SA Health offers Aboriginal health services
at a range of locations across the state.
A range of other services and programs
can be found on the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia website.
SA Health is working to address this inequality by ensuring mainstream health services are more responsive to the needs of Aboriginal people. Telephone counselling
for issues including relationships, work, separation and stress is provided by Men’s Line Australia. There’s also help for:
Aboriginal cultural consultants work in the parenting and child health area. They help to provide services such as health checks, hearing assessments and a family and baby program.
On this site
Support services for Aboriginal people
Aboriginal people with a disability
Health care concessions