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Aboriginal Family Support Services influences change in policies and service delivery in all areas of capacity building within Aboriginal families and communities.
For the Rights of Older People
Provides accommodation and support services to homeless young people, single adults, families, and women and children who have experienced domestic violence.
Supports women and children who are experiencing and/or escaping domestic and family violence in the eastern and western suburbs of Adelaide.
Crisis counselling, support, and referral to safe accommodation.
Counselling for victims of domestic violence and their concerned friends, and counselling for people who commit domestic violence.
Provides migrant women and children with culturally sensitive risk and needs assessments, safety planning, support, information, advocacy and referral.
Community-based agency providing accommodation, support and assistance to women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Providing family and relationship services which alleviate the suffering of children, adults and families with high levels of distress and complex needs.
Provides accommodation and outreach services to women and children when they are experiencing violence.
Provides a wide range of services including shelter for the homeless, financial support, counselling, training and a range of programs to bring families together.
Provides free and confidential help to adult victims of crime, witnesses, their family, and friends across South Australia.
Provides clinical and emotional health and wellbeing services for women in welcoming, safe and culturally respectful health centres across metropolitan Adelaide.
Provides information to South Australian women online, over the telephone and in person.
The lead public health agency responding to adult rape and sexual assault in South Australia.