Seeds provides a brave space where you can make new friends, find some support and gather yourself before, during and after your prison experience. We know what its like to survive the system. We are here for you.
Pickup from prison
Home detention visits to Seeds
In prison programs
Mum’s and bubs support and information
Bathroom packs for new prisoners
Cooking and catering experience
Soap & bodywash production experience
Office, retail and sales skills experience
Radio production experience with Radio Seeds (Award winning prison radio program)
Brochures by Seeds
These brochures were written by Seeds members, for you.
Copwatch is an education program and app for the Australian Aboriginal Community to help improve engagement, trust and accountability between police and Aboriginal people.
The Copwatch app lets you record interactions with police – safely and legally.
Radio Seeds is a radio program aimed to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history. Its a great private way to listen to women who know what you’re going through.
The SA Legal Commission website has a number of fact sheets about your legal rights that you might find helpful. There are heaps more than the few we have listed below.
The Women’s Legal Service of South Australia has a series of factsheets about you rights and responsibilities when leaving an abusive or violent partner. There are factsheets about your rights and responsibilies for varoius areas of life affect by violence including property, parenting, immigration, human rights, finance and Centrelink.
Living Without Violence Factsheets
24h Domestic Violence Crisis Line
1800 800 098
1800 737 732
Women’s Safety Service
Women’s Legal Service SA
1800 655 037
Free Legal Advice – Legal Services Commission of SA
1300 366 424
Legal Services Commission of SA Factsheets
Legal Aid Application – Legal Services Commission of SA
SIN Sex Industry Network
(08) 8351 7626
Mental Health Triage Hotline (Ring 24/7 )
13 14 65
Health Direct Hotline
Call this number to speak to a registered nurse about your health concerns.
1800 022 222
FlatOut (Melbourne Women’s Prisoner Org)
Flat Out is a state-wide homelessness support and advocacy service for women 18+ (with/without children), who have had contact with the criminal justice and/or prison system in Victoria. Flat Out does not have housing.
(03) 9372 6155
SA Gov Covid19 Info
SA Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol Services
Services Australia Phone Numbers (Centrelink etc)
We understand that clicking on some of the links on this page might be a risk to your safety. If you need to delete your search history on your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone, please follow the instructions here.