Child Abuse Report Line

Parent Body:
Families SA
24 hours, 7 days per week

Child abuse cases are passed on to the Families SA office closest to where the child lives. Social workers, and police in emergency investigations, investigate the reports and work with families to ensure that children are safe.
South Australia has a system of mandated child abuse reporting. This is a legal requirement upon certain professions and community members to report suspected child abuse.

  • Child abuse support - receives and acts on reports of suspected child abuse or neglect
  • Child abuse support for Aboriginal people - Yaitya Tirramangkotti, an Aboriginal team, provides advice and assistance in cases involving Aboriginal children, tel. 8203 0470, Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Last updated: 08/07/2016
Information provided by: Connecting Up (Statewide services)

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