Streetlink offer a free and confidential youth health service that provides a safe place for young people aged 12 to 25, who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, to seek information and support, connection to services, or just chat with someone who cares. Streetlink provide various program including medical and alcohol and drug counselling.
Eligibility for this service includes - 12-25 years, mild to moderate mental illness, comorbid substance use issue (alcohol or illicit drugs) and a GP mental health plan referral.
For more information please call (08) 8202 5950.
Baptist Care SA work with Aboriginal men and women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and help them find and maintain long term stable housing.
Aboriginal-specific case management workers can help identify the barriers and challenges that are preventing an individual from finding a long term home.
For more information call (08) 8118 5200 or visit 11-19 Millers court, Adelaide Mon-Fri and request to speak with a duty worker.
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 Ground
73-79 Light Square, Adelaide
Open 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
Provides support and assistance to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the Tee Tree Gully, Salisbury, Playford, Gawler, Barossa Valley, Light and Mallalla, council areas.
The service supports young people aged 15 - 25 years towards maintaining their current accommodation such as private rental, community housing or direct lease.
This service provides: - support to young people with accommodation options - support to young people and their children - outreach support - early intervention services - case management supports - support in housing transition - support in housing sustainability - clients with opportunities to link with their communities - counselling - 24 hour residential independent living program for 15 -18 years old (enquiries through Trace-a-Place only, 1300 306 046).
Assists young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Elizabeth, Gawler and Barossa areas with accommodation and support services.
Youth Services Barossa is a part of the Outer North Youth Homelessness service located in Elizabeth. Elizabeth Park Centacare is open Monday to Friday from 9am till 5pm
Please use the Homelessness Gateway after hours 1800 003 308
Provides support and assistance to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Promotes a "no wrong door" entry point policy. 124 Lipson Street Port Adelaide SA 5015
St John’s Youth Services works with young people in the Adelaide metropolitan area aged from 16 to 25, who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. As well as individuals, we support young parents and their dependent children, and can accommodate single mums or dads and their children, as well as couples.
Services available: - youth110 Located in the heart of Adelaide, youth110 is a unique crisis response that provides 30 self-contained apartments in a mixed tenure apartment complex.
- Foyer Port Adelaide provides independent accommodation for young people who want to re-engage with education, or seek training or employment.
- Next Step An innovative, individualised and intensive outreach program offered to young people committed to securing a private rental tenancy and creating a positive future.
- Keeping my place Early intervention and support for young people living in private rental, but who are at risk of losing their home due to financial or personal crisis.
- Outreach Transitional support for young people leaving our accommodation services, including access to material assistance and support services.