Find support to remain independent at home and active in your community.
Support to keep you physically and mentally active, and connected with your community.
Advice, training and respite to support you in your caring role.
Quality supported care and well-equipped accommodation in Felixstow and Glenelg.
U City Retirement Residences offers vibrant, one-of-a-kind city retirement living within the heart of the Adelaide CBD.
Our free, comprehensive workplace training encourages better understanding of the needs of older LGBTI people.
Improve your relationships through counselling, or work out care arrangements for children after separation.
Drug and alcohol support for families, single parents and their children, and women who are pregnant.
Find out about providing a safe and stable home for a child or young person.
Our range of services can support young people through challenging situations.
Accommodation and support for young people.
Support if you experience or use anger, violence or abuse in your relationship.
Supporting family life and child wellbeing for people new to Australia.
Support for young people and their families to improve relationships or resolve conflict.
Counselling for people working through the effects of past or recent sexual abuse or sexual assault.
Support for issues around health and wellbeing, or reconnecting with your family.
Supporting the physical and mental health of young people in Mount Gambier, as well as those who are homeless or at risk in Adelaide through Streetlink.
Respite support for young carers in the north and west country region of SA.
A ‘one-stop’ service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their families and communities to seek support with use of alcohol and other drugs.
Short and long-stay accommodation for Aboriginal people from remote and rural communities when visiting Adelaide.
We are committed to reconciliation and working together with Aboriginal communities.
Support if you are experiencing abuse, or using anger or violence in your relationship.
A range of support to make long-term, sustainable changes to use of alcohol and other drugs.
Supporting carers to provide a safe and friendly home environment for people living with an intellectual disability.
Services to support your independence and connection to the community, or if you come into contact with the criminal justice system.
Caring, professional and reliable support, and respite for carers of people living with disability.
Support as you transition to the NDIS.
Support for people with a mental health issue and their families.
Supporting families, couples and young people with counselling and mediation.
Mental health support for young people.
24/7 crisis support, information and referrals.
Crisis counselling and information for people bereaved through suicide.
If you experience or use anger, violence or abuse in a relationship, it is important to find help.
Options for people wanting to address drug and alcohol use.
Peer support for people who are newly identifying as same-sex attracted, and/or questioning their gender identity.
Free, independent and confidential financial counselling.
Free, independent and confidential financial counselling, as well as emergency relief, assistance with moving house, and access to no- and low-interest loans.
Expert, independent and confidential support for general and specialised legal services.
Help to identify and resolve conflict and disputes at an early stage.
Support for matters related to social security services, such as Centrelink.
Services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Emergency support for essential items, as well as community support through the Hope's Café initiative.
Support if you need help with accommodation while in Adelaide, or with drug and alcohol use.
Support for individuals and families who have recently arrived in Australia.
Support to make long-term, sustainable changes to your use of alcohol and other drugs.
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