Anglicare SA

Aboriginal Services

Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with a range of community programs.

Aboriginal Services

Mental Health Services

Supporting people living with the effects of mental health, and their families, to live full lives where their choices are respected, they are listened to and their...

Mental Health Services

Emergency Assistance

It doesn’t take much to go from surviving to living in poverty – sometimes one crisis is enough. AnglicareSA is there to provide food, clothing, advice, support...

Emergency Assistance

Financial Counselling

Demystifying money, supporting people to receive their proper entitlements to and encouraging individuals and families to take control of their finances and, in...

Financial Counselling

New Arrivals

Welcoming and supporting refugees to settle into their new lives in the South Australian community.

New Arrivals

Disability Services

Empowering people living with a disability, and their families, to live the way they choose.

Disability Services

Loss & Grief

Understanding sadness and pain and working through those feelings to find a “new normal”.

Loss & Grief

Drug & Alcohol

Supporting users of illicit drugs to make better choices and encourage a more healthy lifestyle.

Drug & Alcohol

Skills and Employment

Helping people of all ages to enter or re-enter the workforce by developing their strengths, identifying their skills and passions and building their confidence.

Skills and Employment

Food

Food

Cost of living pressures

AnglicareSA CEO The Reverend Peter Sandeman spoke with Channel 9 about rising cost of living pressure and the impact it has for demand on our services. If you can, please donate to our Winter Appeal

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The Reverend Peter Sandeman - Channel 9

All South Australians, and especially men, must make a stand against domestic violence, AnglicareSA CEO The Reverend Peter Sandeman told Channel 9 last night.

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