Integration and orientation
Afghan Settlement Services
Casework, information sessions, assisting Afghans to participate in local community through volunteering, membership of clubs and organisations, and employment. The service employs an Afghan speaking case worker. For Afghani humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by Centacare Catholic Family Services in metropolitan Adelaide.
Tel: +61 8 8210 8200
African Twilight Market
Every Friday evening from 6pm to 9.30pm
At: Prospect Plaza, Prospect Road, Prospect
Tel: 0427 002 568
Find out what's happening in your area.
Community centres offer a range of activities and programs for local people. Find local community centres and houses.
Cultural awareness training
Community development via training, for humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by the Migrant Resource Centre.
At: 13 Eleanor Street, Mount Gambier
Tel: +61 8 8725 2753
Family Matters Program
A group for parents and carers from different multicultural backgrounds to address issues of culture and promote learning and discussion on the issues and challenges faced when raising a family in Australia. For all humanitarian entrant parents and carers. Run by the Australian Refugee Association.
At: 304 Henley Beach Road, Underdale
Tel: +61 8354 2951
Home visiting service
Trained volunteers arrange weekly visits to listen, support and when appropriate, encourage the client to connect with local services. For socially isolated families in the inner northern suburbs of Adelaide. Run by Lutheran Community Care SA.
At: 2 Belalie Road, Ingle Farm
Tel: +61 8349 6099
Humanitarian Settlement Services (HSS)
On arrival casework services and community development and participation programs for individuals and families and their new and emerging communities. For new humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than six months. Provided by the Migrant Resource Centre of SA.
Life skills development
Culturally and linguistically sensitive orientation and life skills information sessions. For humanitarian entrants resident in Australia for less than five years. Run by Lutheran Community Care SA.
In Blair Athol, Ingle Farm and Murray Bridge
Tel: +61 8 8349 6099
Lutheran Community Care services
Information sessions, Afghan youth group, support for vulnerable women at risk, developing volunteer advocates. For humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by Lutheran Community Care SA in metropolitan Adelaide, Murray Bridge and the Riverland.
Tel: +61 8 8269 9300 (Adelaide) and +61 8 8531 3644 (Murray Bridge and Riverland)
Reconnects socially isolated people into their community through volunteer companionship and support. For socially isolated people over the age of 18 years who would like to undertake an activity with a volunteer. Run by the Red Cross.
Tel: +61 8 8100 4581
Group information sessions, volunteers trained as carers/mentors to support recently arrived families by offering advocacy, friendship and cross cultural sharing, linking them to recreational facilities and assisting them with navigation to mainstream services. For humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by Baptist Care SA in metropolitan Adelaide.
Tel: +61 8 8231 2850
Migration Support Programs (Red Cross)
Red Cross Migration Support Programs provide services to asylum seekers living in the community, as well as others affected by migration. Run by the Red Cross.
At: Adelaide Office, 212 Pirie Street, Adelaide
Tel: +61 8 8100 4500
Orientation, information and referrals
For humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by the African Communities Council of SA.
At: 59 King William Street, Adelaide
Tel: +61 8 8217 9520
Community development, volunteering programs, leadership development. To assist community organisations to develop leadership teams and projects. Run by the Australian Refugee Association.
At: 304 Henley Beach Road, Underdale
Tel: +61 8 8354 2951
Refugee services - Playford
Services include a small business development project, sporting activities, arts based projects targeting women and youth, and a leadership and governance project. For humanitarian entrants living in the Playford area who have been in Australia for less than five years. Run by the Playford City Council.
Tel: +61 8 8256 0333