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Financial Counselling Support

Support for businesses to manage financial impacts, continuity action planning, recovery plan, and more

Rural Business Support are providing financial counselling support

Financial Counselling support is now available for both employing and non-employing small businesses impacted by the River Murray flood.

Individual small businesses will be able to receive up to 30 hours of support which will include:

  • Initial meeting and assessment
  • Recovery planning session
  • Analysis and feasibility of business development/redevelopment options or scenarios
  • Development of recovery/continuity action plans
  • Assistance to review plans, revise and implement

Visit a recovery centre or contact Rural Business Support to find out more

Rural Business Support (RBS) are providing in-person financial counselling support for small businesses impacted through independent and confidential support within the Berri recovery centre.

Berri Recovery Centre

Housing SA Berri
Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
29 Vaughan Terrace, Berri

Mental health and wellbeing resources

There are also many free resources specifically designed for small businesses to help look after you and your employees’ mental health.

Wellbeing SA

Wellbeing SA is the state government agency focused on prevention and supporting the physical, mental and social wellbeing of all South Australians.

Beyond Blue’s Heads Up platform

A central source of information, tools and resources to better mental health in your workplace.

The Mentally Healthy Workplace Alliance

A national initiative that promotes and creates mentally healthy workplaces.

Be informed and stay safe

For the most up-to-date information including alerts and warnings, closures, and sandbagging information please visit

South Australia State Emergency Services

The South Australian State Emergency Services has a flood and storm information line on 1800 362 361 you can contact for support.

SA Power Networks

SA Power Networks is expecting the flood to impact electricity supply to low-lying properties and infrastructure. Visit SA Power Networks or tune into AM Radio for more information.