Our aged-care facilities are places where older people’s needs are met and their independence is maintained.
Supporting older people to live well in their own homes for longer allowing them to maintain their independence.
Physiotherapy, podiatry and occupational therapy services to support older people living life to the full.
Affordable accommodation for older people on fixed or low incomes who may be at risk of homelessness.
Independent homes and units located across the metropolitan area for older people on low incomes.
Independent Living Units are bright, spacious and modern choices for older people looking to downsize.
Rehabilitation and support for older people as they leave hospital and return home.
High-quality, daytime respite for up to 15 guests per day with a focus on wellbeing and enhancing social independence
Assisting those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to find or maintain suitable accommodation.
Healthy and strong relationships are the key to happy and successful families, whether parents and siblings are living together or apart.
Supporting children and their families to have a great start to life.
AnglicareSA supports parents to be their child’s role model, teacher and champion.
Recognising that it takes a village to raise a child, AnglicareSA supports individuals, families, businesses and communities to work together, creating supportive environments for our youngest residents.
Support for AnglicareSA foster-care families, 24-hours a day, seven-days a week.
All about joining the AnglicareSA foster-care family.
Supporting birth families to create a safe and nurturing home for their children.
Resources for AnglicareSA foster carers and applicants.
Attend an information session or be contacted by AnglicareSA with further information.
AnglicareSA needs more Foster Families
The Youth 180 program provides a safe environment for wards of the State as they transition out of care & into independent living.
Helping young people discover their passions to find fulfilment through their education and career.
The ERC encourages young people to become involved with their local skate park while gaining valuable life skills.
This community-based program uses early intervention services to assist young people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and their families.
The Newly-Arrived Youth Service (NAYS) works with newly arrived young people 15-21yrs and their families who have recently moved to Australia.
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with a range of community programs.
AnglicareSA is there to provide food, clothing, advice, support and to advocate for individuals and families.
Supporting people to receive their proper entitlements and encouraging individuals and families to take control of their finances.
Welcoming and supporting refugees to settle into their new lives in the South Australian community.
Empowering people living with a disability, and their families, to live the way they choose.
The NDIS is the new way that disability services are funded and delivered in Australia.
Understanding sadness and pain and working through those feelings to find a “new normal”.
Offering support in times of loss to adults, children and families experiencing grief.
Helping people of all ages to enter or re-enter the workforce by developing their strengths and identifying their skills.
Supporting people living with the effects of mental health, and their families.
Supporting users of illicit drugs to make better choices and encourage a more healthy lifestyle.
Subsidised groceries, nutritious meals and emergency food to support people in times of crisis.
Assists people who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless
If you are a tenant under the Better Places Stronger Communities Program, this section provides valuable information for you.
Tenant Information for the various programs offered through AnglicareSA Housing
Providing affordable accommodation to disadvantaged people on low incomes
If you are a tenant under the Renewing Our Streets and Suburbs program, this section provides valuable information for you.
We’re an equal opportunity employer and we do all we can to help our staff reach their full potential.
Your contribution will make a real difference to the work of AnglicareSA and the wider community.
All donations $2 and over are tax deductible.
All purchases support the work of AnglicareSA.
One way to support AnglicareSA is to remember us in your Will.
Through our corporate partnership program AnglicareSA engages with organisations who wish to walk with us to help South Australians in need.
AnglicareSA’s opportunity shops provide good quality recycled clothes and household goods at affordable prices.