Uniting Country SA Homelessness

The Yorke and Mid North and Coober Pedy Generic Homelessness Services offers support to those affected by homelessness in the geographical areas of the Yorke Peninsula, Coober Pedy, Mid North and Lower North. The service has Case Managers in the Uniting Country SA offices located in Kadina, Port Pirie, Clare and Coober Pedy. 

The service aims to support and provide options for people to gain long term, safe and affordable housing. For those at risk of homelessness the service can provide support and advocacy to maintain their current tenancy.

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Young People Homelessness Service Provider Directory

Many of these organisations offer a range of community support and information services in addition to the specific homelessness programs.

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Orange Sky Mobile Laundry

Orange Sky Australia offer a mobile laundry service for the homeless in Adelaide. Orange Sky currently has two mobile laundry vans known as Peggy & Sandy in the Adelaide Area. These services provide loads of washing and plenty of conversations for this community.

Orange Sky Laundry is a catalyst for conversation. In the one hour time it takes to wash and dry someone's clothes, there is absolutely nothing to do but sit down on one of the 6 orange chairs and have a positive and genuine conversation with the volunteers and friends on the street.

For more information check locations provided. Roster and location changes may occur so check their website.


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Adult Homelessness Service Provider Directory

Many of these organisations offer a range of community support and information services in addition to the specific homelessness programs.


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Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander People Homelessness Service Provider Directory

Many of these organisations offer a range of community support and information services in addition to the specific homelessness programs.

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Families Homelessness Service Provider Directory

Many of these organisations offer a range of community support and information services in addition to the specific homelessness programs.

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Safe Pets Foster Program

The Safe Pets Foster Program offers a foster care service for the pets of people experiencing domestic violence, homelessness, mental illness or a medical emergency during times of crisis for up to 12 weeks for a small weekly charity contribution fee.

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.

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Paws & People - Mount Barker

Paws & People provide financial assistance to people experiencing financial crisis whose pets need urgent vet medical treatment. Short term boarding, or find alternative accommodation, for pets of people going into hospital or find themselves homeless.

Hours:

  • Monday - Friday - after 5.30pm
  • Saturday & Sunday - 9.30am to 5.30pm

Parent body is Hope Springs Eternal Dog Rescue, Rehoming and Retirement Inc.

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Paws & Pals Homeless Support

Paws & Pals provides a gateway for people who have pets and are experiencing homelessness in South Australia. This service offers pop up vet clinics for health checks, microchipping, vaccinations, grooming and financial support for pet health, de-sexing and surgical procedures.

For people living ruff the service offers dog coats, food, pal packs and emergency supplies for people.

Free pop up vet clinics are available in Adelaide with numerous homeless organisations involved, such as Hutt Street Centre & Baptist Care.

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