Provides emergency and crisis accommodation, along with meals, showers and support towards independent living.
Service aims to assist men over 18 with 47 beds including single, double or three person rooms and located at 28 Whitemore Square, Adelaide, for further information please visit their website.
The Vinnies Men's Crisis Centre is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Safe Pets Safe Families offers a foster care service for the pets of people experiencing domestic violence, homelessness, mental illness or a medical emergency for up to 12 weeks for a small weekly charity contribution fee dependent on the type and size of the animal. This service is supported by a network of volunteer foster carers and volunteers who transport, animals, food and toys to and from foster carer and vets if needed.
This service removes the barriers that people face when they are in these situations and have pets so that they can have their animals cared for while they get the help they need and be reunited with their pets when the appropriate housing is sorted. This service also prevents many animals ending up in the already flooded shelters which is traumatic for the animal and the owner and thus prevents many loved pets being unnecessarily euthanised.
Carrington Cottages provides accommodation for single men 45+ that are homeless. Please contact our office, as there is no referral required.
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 towards independent living.
There is kitchen facilities and Oz Harvest provides some food support, so tenants can obtain something to eat if they cannot provide for themselves.
Low cost rent can be taken directly from Centrelink payments. Transport to medical and welfare appointments can be arranged.
Catherine House has accommodation and support services for women experiencing homelessness, who are 18 years and older, and unaccompanied by children.
Offering a range of services to women including: emergency accommodation services, transitional housing services, supported accommodation for clients with mental health concerns, and support services through the Catherine House Women’s Centre.
Those forced to live roughly can access Fred’s Van for a hot, nutritious meal, blankets, clothing and food vouchers, donated books, social connection and referrals to other community service and Government agencies.
You can find Fred's Van operating in
Adelaide City, Christies Beach, Salisbury, Elizabeth, Gawler, Kilburn, Semaphore, Aldinga and regionally in Port Pirie and Port Lincoln. See timetable for updated locations and times.
Youth Outreach accommodation is located in the Inner North and North Eastern suburbs of Adelaide. Youth Outreach covers the Local Council area of Tea Tree Gully, Salisbury and part of Port Adelaide Enfield.
Accommodation and support is available to young single people, couples, sibling groups, and people with children. Clients are usually in receipt of the Independent Youth Allowance from Centrelink.
Waiting times for accommodation vary based on property size and suitability. Whilst residing in Transitional Accommodation the young people are required to pay rent and general living costs including utilities.
Essential facilities such as public transport, shopping, offices of the various Government departments and community resources are all within easy reach.
Young people can be referred to Youth Outreach by any current support agency, or by referring themselves. Following initial contact, appointments will be made to complete an intake and assessment, with ongoing support available to the young person whilst awaiting accommodation.
Youth Outreach is funded as part of the Inner North and North East Youth Homelessness Services, funded through the Department of Communities and Social Inclusion under National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA) and National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH).
Provides support and assistance to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Based at Marion and operating for clients across the City of Marion, the Holdfast Bay and the City of Mitcham, the service is also available to all individuals based on their assessment needs.
Office hours 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday 7 days a week after hours on call service for supported clients.
EAYHS supports young people to stabilise their life, access housing in their region of choice, maintain their accommodation and link with essential support services. EAYHS is co-located with Trace-A-Place at 135-139 Currie Street, Adelaide Local contact number (08) 8405 8540 or click on the toll free number below.