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Shine a Light on Road Safety is a national campaign
13 April 2016
How can you get involved?

Turn on your headlights – on Friday 6 May 2016 turn on your headlights to demonstrate commitment to road safety. 



Community Road Safety Award 2015
13 April 2016
RTST was proud to be a Semi Finalist in the Hunt & Hunt Lawyers Community Road Safety Award 2015 which forms part of the SA Community Achievement Awards. 



Road Safety - Bike Rider Safety
13 April 2016
The Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF) is a national organization with a mission to reduce the incidence of serious injury and death of bike riders in Australia.  AGF was born out of tragedy, the death of Amy Gillett, who was hit by a driver whilst cycling in Germany.



Support Group Meetings at Millicent
13 April 2016
Road Trauma Support Team (RTST) of SA is pleased to announce that monthly Support Group Meetings commenced at the Limestone Coast Grief and Trauma Sharing Hub 25 George Street, Millicent on Monday 7 September 2015. The support group meeting is held on the first Monday of each month with the exception of January and a counsellor is present to facilitate the meeting.  See the calender for 2016 meeting dates.  We ask that you telephone (08) 8733-5102 to let the team know that you will be attending. All are welcome and meetings start at 7.00pm

Road Trauma Support Team of South Australia
Counselling and support groups for those affected by road trauma

The Road Trauma Support Team of South Australia provides free counselling and support for people who have been affected by road trauma, whether directly or indirectly.  This may include but not be limited to, vehicle occupants, family members, friends, work colleagues, witnesses, bystanders and emergency service personnel.

Free counselling is available to individuals and families affected by road trauma.

RTST holds a monthly Support Group Meeting which is facilitated by a qualified counsellor.

 

 

 

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"Pain is a real thing that you cannot see..."
Before I begin my story I would just like to say that each and everyone one of us has a story to tell and this is my story which I do not want you to compare with yours.  Everyone is unique and so are your life’s experiences.

The long road of grief is made no easier by having been there before.  Each new day brings new challenges and renewed sadness. 

Read our Stories & Tributes

If you wish to have your story or tribute posted on our website,
please forward to info@roadtraumasupportsa.com.au along
with your contact details. 



World Day of Remembrance - 2016


The 2016 World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims will be held on Sunday 20 November 2016. Details of the event will be posted in the near future.