Support Services For Teen Pregnancy

By  Pregnancy Birth and Beyond     |    Updated: 24th January, 2022    |    2 min read

Birthline (Pregnancy Support) 24hr Information & Advisory Service

Phone: (08) 8363 1444
Phone: 1300 139 313 For country and interstate callers, (price of a local call)

Counselling service for pregnant women providing information and choices to women. In addition a great source and donate clothing and nursery equipment as required. Furthermore pregnancy testing available. Open from 9.30am-4.30pm Mon-Fri. Birth Line is:

  • Funded by public donations
  • Staffed by volunteers, some doctors, nurses and social workers
  • A source of resources for unplanned pregnancy

Pregnancy Help Australia

Phone: 1300 792 798 (QLD, NSW, VIC, ACT) and 1300 655 156 (SA, WA, TAS, NT)
Pregnancy Help Australia is a national body which provides support, education and resources in Australia. They also provides support for teenagers experiencing pregnancy.

Pregnancy Counselling Link

Phone: Tollfree 1800 777 690 (national)

A website offering free, professional, confidential counselling in relation to:

  • Pregnancy testing
  • Unplanned pregnancy
  • Post-abortion concerns
  • Pregnancy support
  • Pregnancy loss and adoption

Birth Trauma & Stress Support Group

Web: www.tabs.org.nz
Phone: Ursula: (07) 3809 0196
Voluntary support group for mothers who have had traumatic birth experiences. In addition they offer support offered through email and phone Australia-wide.

Child and Youth Health Parent Helpline (24hrs)

Phone: 1300 364 100 (local call cost from anywhere in South Australia)

The Children, Youth and Women’s Health Services (CYWHS) Parent Helpline provides telephone information and support. You can contact them any time. Parent Helpline staff are available 7 days a week during the day. Calls received between 9:15 pm and 7:15 am will go to the national Healthdirect helpline.

Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA)

Web : www.breastfeeding.asn.au
Breastfeeding Helpline Phone: 1800 686 2 686 (1800 mum 2 mum)

The Australian Breastfeeding Association is a large community based self-help group supporting breastfeeding. Most importantly they are recognised as a leading organisation on breastfeeding management.

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