Centacare Catholic Family Services

At Centacare, we believe that everyone has the right to be treated with respect and dignity.

As the official community service agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide, we deliver responsive, flexible and effective services to the South Australian community without regard to religion, race, culture or economic circumstance.

Our work encompasses a range of sectors, including disability, family, youth and children, health and wellbeing, employment, education and training, homelessness and domestic violence.

We have services located in metropolitan and rural areas.

A number of our services are accessed through a referral process.  Most of our services are free however some have a fee involved. To find out if we have a service to meet your needs please contact our Intake Worker on (08) 8210 8200.

Latest Centacare Adelaide News

Parity analysis of SA homelessness
Why are young women and children in regioal South Australia hurting behind closed doors? How are young mothers being caught in cycles of violence? [read more]


Dale West
Don’t forget the children
A message from Centacare Director Dale West: Why we must not overlook the awful effect of domestic violence on children. [read more]


National Child Protection Week
Centacare launches National Child Protection Week
CENTACARE has launched National Child Protection Week with a focus on positive parenting and protecting children from domestic violence. [read more]


The Power to End Violence Against Women campaign
FIFTEEN hundred high school boys will be taught what respectful relationships with women look like under a new education program announced today by Centacare Catholic Family Services, in partnership with the Port Adelaide Football Club and State Government. [read more]

Fostering positive change for children
If you're interested in becoming a foster carer, come along to our Specialist Family Preservation Foster Care Program information night this Thursday, June 25, from 6.30pm-8.30pm at 413 Grange Rd, Seaton. [read more]

Supporting children through foster care
Why become a foster carer? We spoke to Lyn and Roy to see what motivates them to support children in need. [read more]


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