We work with Aboriginal men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and help them find and maintain long term stable housing.
Our Aboriginal-specific case management workers can help identify the barriers and challenges that are preventing an individual from finding a long term home. We assess each individual's accommodation and support needs and try to find solutions. We work in partnership with a range of Community Housing Organisations to achieve this.
How to contact us?
- Visit the Inner City site at 11-19 Millers Court, Adelaide (Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm) and request to see a duty worker
- Make an appointment by calling reception on (08) 8118 5200
The Magdalene Centre in Adelaide is a welcoming place which offers a range of anti-poverty services, with the aim of supporting people as they regain control of their lives. The Magdalene Centre can assist with - housing advice, - legal issues, - financial counselling - emergency relief. Supported by Anglicare
Provides a diverse range of services and programs to support multicultural young people and young families living in South Australia, including Housing and independent living programs
- Casework and case management
- Outreach (including street work)
- Mental health
- Drugs and alcohol
- Financial counselling
- Nutrition and hygiene
- Housing and independent living program
- Education and training
- Employment and job readiness
- Sport and recreation
- Violence and conflict
- Legal issues
- Problem behaviours
- Family conflict
- Bullying in schools
- Parenting skills for young parents
- Referral service
- Homework and breakfast clubs
- Music and the arts
- Learner support programs
- Computer labs and drop in centre
- After school activities
- Volunteer placement programs
- Life skills development
Street to Home helps people sleeping rough in the Adelaide CBD to find and maintain sustainable housing.
Outreach teams work to establish relationships and pathways that make housing a real option for people who are living rough on the street.
- 7 days per week, 6am - 9am and 5pm - 9pm
- Outreach within the inner city, surrounding parklands and North Adelaide
- Provide support, case management and primary health services (including health promotion)
- Key outpost locations
Street to Home Hub
Street to Home operates a central Hub in the Adelaide CBD through a partnership with Housing Choices SA as a local point of contact for people sleeping rough.The Hub at Housing Choices SA - Common Ground73-79 Light Square, AdelaideOpen 6am - 9pm 7 days per week
- Duty, intake, walk-ins and appointments
- Primary health services, case management and housing support
- Links to Housing Choices SA group programs
Housing Choices Australia is a national, not-for-profit housing provider that creates safe, quality, affordable housing for people who are struggling to find a home in Australia’s challenging private rental market.
Working in partnership with a range of private and government agencies such as Common Ground Australia and Housing SA for the provision of housing services across a variety of housing products including social housing, affordable housing, supported housing and transitional housing.
Housing Choices assist in the allocation, maintenance and advocacy of the residents and the property and works closely with resident groups and partners to create resilient and inclusive neighbourhoods.
Applicants for Affordable housing program are required to meet the income eligibility criteria set by the Department of Social Services.
Each year residents are required to meet the income eligibility criteria set by the Department of Social Services.
Currently Housing Choices have allocations in Tasmania and Victoria and are expanding into South Australia.
Carrington Cottages is accommodation for single men 45+ that are homeless. No referral required just call the office number.
They provide safe, comfortable and affordable accommodation for 60 men on low incomes. Providing a supportive environment for men who have been homeless to rebuild their skills, confidence and motivation to move on to independent living.
The low cost rent can be taken directly from Centrelink payments.
There is kitchen facilities and Oz Harvest provides some food support so tenants can obtain something to eat if they cannot provide for themselves.
Transport to medical and welfare appointments can be arranged.
Iris House specialises in rooming house property management, leasing by room (traditionally referred to as a Boarding House) across metropolitan Adelaide and some regional areas.
Each resident has their own independent room with security lock to lock their own bedroom.
Each bedroom is fully furnished with a TV, bar fridge, bed, small wardrobe, small table and chair and ceiling fan. En-suite bedroom is an option.
There are shared common areas:
a) Fully equipped shared kitchen including stove, oven, microwave, kettle, cooking utensils, toaster, plates and bowls, cutlery
b) Bathroom and Toilet
c) Laundry – there is washing machine for residents to use at NO additional cost
Security cameras are in place in common areas for security reasons.
All Iris House is close to shops and public transport
Please note that Iris House does not provide washing machine powder, toilet paper and food, pillow or blankets
Iris House is a good quality rooming house accommodation and provides safe, comfortable, fully furnished rooms in a council approved rooming house, complying with tenancy laws.
Supporting people who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness and help to achieve a degree of self reliance and independence.