Specialist services are available to support access to and provide information about voluntary assisted dying, including the South Australian Voluntary Assisted Dying Care Navigator Service (SAVAD-CNS) and the South Australian Voluntary Assisted Dying Pharmacy Service (SAVAD-PS). These services are for people making this choice at end of life, their family, friends and carers, health professionals, and health services throughout South Australia.

Some people may find issues relating to voluntary assisted dying concerning or distressing. If reading the material on this website has raised some issues regarding grief and bereavement or personal crisis, the helplines and websites below provide support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  

If you would like more information on how you can support someone with a life-limiting condition, visit the CareSearch website for resources.