How we can support you

Baptist Care SA’s Family Wellbeing Service works with families to support children and young people to confidently navigate life when they may be experiencing challenges with mental health and overall wellbeing. 

We work with clients and their family’s network of care to increase knowledge and skills, focusing on building stronger social and emotional resilience. 


We offer

  • Therapeutic support

    For individuals, families and groups.

  • Psycho-education

    For parents and others who work with or engage with children and young people. To recognise the risk factors that may impact mental health and wellbeing.

Family Wellbeing Services Roadmap 


Contact us 
Phone or email us or make an online referral. 



We’ll review your application to see if we are the right fit for your needs. If we are, one of our counsellors will contact you to guide you through the next steps. 


Service commences 

We will work with families, children and young people to identify their goals and how we can work together. Up to 15 sessions are available. 


Service completes 

If additional support is required, we will let you know what other support is available to you. This may include helping you to connect with other service providers. 



You will be invited to provide your feedback about our service and any suggestions for improvement. 

  • "I left feeling closer to my son."


Frequently Asked Questions

Children and young people, from 0-18 years of age. 

The Family Wellbeing Service is available to people living in postcodes within our funded areas: Adelaide, Burnside, Campbelltown, Charles Sturt, Holdfast Bay, Marion, Salisbury, Mt Barker and the Adelaide Hills.

Please contact us to see if you are eligible for our service based on your residential postcode. 

Please note: Unfortunately we cannot accept referrals where a mental health service is already involved. 

We provide support for relationship issues in general (friendships, social skills, bullying, etc), emotional and behavioural regulation and family dynamics and routines.

As well as other issues that could affect a child or young person’s wellbeing that may lead to mental distress for them and their families.

Family members are directly involved in the service. They must be willing to attend all sessions and work as a team with their children and our service to achieve sustainable outcomes.

No, the Family Wellbeing Service is provided free. 

We provide services at our offices in Wayville and Salisbury, as well as schools and selected community venues.

While we are a face-to-face service, it may be possible to attend via a video call for those unable to attend in person.   

Our Children, Family and Youth Services 

Get in touch. 

We’d love to hear from you.

Baptist Care SA meets on the lands of the Kaurna, Peramangk and Boandik people. We respect the ongoing skilful custodianship of lands, skies and waters and the continuous deep cultural connection with Country. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all Countries, Nations and Mobs.