Keeping people connected to energy, water and communications
ConnectEd provides utilities training, information sessions and individual case management for people across South Australia.
The program offers home energy visits from qualified assessors, and is adding telecommunications resources to the existing content on electricity, gas and water. Check the website at ConnectEd.org.au for the latest news and information.
Information sessions for community groups
A ConnectEd team member can come and talk to your community group. In a one to two hour session, we focus broadly on energy and water concerns in the community, as well as providing valuable information on ways to help maintain affordable household utilities.
Individual case management
We provide financial counselling case management for individuals and families experiencing difficulty with utilities bills, no matter how simple or complex the situation.
To find out more or make an appointment, contact any of the ConnectEd partners and we’ll connect you – to UCWB if you’re in the Port Adelaide Enfield, Charles Sturt, West Torrens, Holdfast Bay, Marion or Mitcham Council areas; Uniting Country SA if you’re in Yorke and Mid-North, Eyre and Western, or Far North regions; Uniting Communities if you’re elsewhere in the Adelaide metropolitan area or in the southern regions.
A help-line for consumers that provide advice on the following:
- Home building and or contents insurance
- Consumer credit insurance
- Life insurance
- Funeral insurance
- Pet insurance
- Income protection insurance
- Superannuation related insurance
- Travel insurance
- Motor vehicle insurance (other than CTP)
- Debts to insurance companies in relation to motor vehicle accidents
For further information call 1300 663 464 or visit the website
Usual hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Holiday hours: Closes on Friday December 21, 2018 at 4.30pm and reopens on Monday January 7, 2019 at 9.30am.
Providing free, confidential tax advice, representation, education and advocacy to unrepresented taxpayers and small businesses.
Under the supervision of qualified tax professionals, the UniSA Tax Clinic is staffed by students who can support unrepresented taxpayers across a range of tax matters.
If you are an Australian resident (for tax purposes) or a small business without a tax agent then we may be able to help you.
- Advice regarding your tax matters
- Representation with respect to tax return lodgments and tax debts
- Education to help you comply with taxation requirements
- Advocacy on your behalf to the ATO
Trained in professional conduct, Clinic staff are courteous, respectful and professional at all times. Client information and enquiries are treated as completely confidential.
Clinic services are available at:
UniSA City West campus 10.00am-3.00pm Tuesday–Thursday between August and October 2019, and March and May 2020 or Hackham West Community Centre 10.00am-3.00pm Wednesdays only between August and October 2019.
Appointments are essential.
Centacare offer a free financial counselling and financial capability worker service to talk about your financial concerns in a non-judgmental way. Centacare are able to assist with No Interest Loan Scheme applications.
Centacare is located at the Red Cross Building - Unit 6, 25 Hutchinson Street Coober Pedy and open between 9am - 3pm.
Uniting Country SA offer services to families, single adults and children who are experiencing difficulties and in financial distress, by providing access to a financial capability worker to talk about your financial concerns and access to emergency relief.
Uniting Country SA is located at Paxton Road, Coober Pedy SA 5723 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 10am - 3pm.