We aim to empower young people with a sense of purpose, hope and fulfilment.
Our accommodation and support services focus on youth homelessness, young families, at-risk mothers and children, mental health and people living with HIV.
In addition, we support young people to maintain connection to education and learning opportunities. This can play a crucial role in minimising the immediate and long-term impact of homelessness.
Outer North Youth Homelessness Service
Centacare’s Outer North Youth Homelessness Service provides case management, early intervention, outreach, post-crisis and wait-list support to young people aged 15-25 years old who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Youth Services Barossa
Youth Services Barossa supports young people aged 15-25 years who are living homeless or are at risk of homelessness. Case managers work with them to provide support in all areas of their life.
Whyalla Generic Homelessness Service (YOUTH FOCUS) Program
Whyalla Generic Homelessness Service (Youth Focus) provides supported transitional and crisis accommodation and other related services including information, advocacy and referral to individuals, couples and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Hannah Place provides support and accommodation to young women who are pregnant or parenting and require help to maintain the bond between mother and baby. Based at Pooraka, the service houses young women aged up to 18 years in their own self-contained unit with on-site support and case management.
Reconnect Mental Health Service
Reconnect Mental Health Service provides outreach and early intervention support to young people aged 12-18 years and their families, where there is a risk of homelessness and emerging mental health concerns for the young person.
Schools Assertive Outreach
Schools Assertive Outreach (SAO) is a free intervention service that supports young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to stay connected to education. This can play a crucial role in minimising the impact of homelessness, now and in the future.
Individualised Support Program (ISP) for People with HIV – Cheltenham Place
We support people with HIV, and their carers, who are experiencing social isolation and other challenges. Our individualised psychosocial rehabilitation supports aim to promote recovery, resilience and connection to community.
PACE provides support for people living with panic anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and eating disorders, and those who support them. We run fortnightly support groups across Adelaide. The groups allow those facing the challenges of recovery to access professional support and share their experiences with others who understand what they are going through.