ASCEND Youth Suicide Intervention Program
ASCEND is a youth suicide intervention program and supports young people aged up to 25 years who are at risk of self-harm. The service also provides specialised training to build the capacity of people to appropriately respond and recognise warning signs.
Coolock House offers 24-hour supported accommodation for young women aged up to 25 years who are pregnant or parenting, and are living homeless or are at risk of homelessness.
Counselling – Family Relationships
Life challenges can present relationship difficulties and other issues which require adjusting to new circumstances. Centacare provides confidential counselling support to individuals, couples, families and children. Our emphasis is on safe and respectful family interactions while maintaining a child focus.
Sun Dancing is a specialised counselling program for children who have experienced sexual abuse, and their families. Referral, advocacy, parenting support and education is also provided.
Sometimes it just helps to have a friendly face to talk to. Counselling with Centacare is just that – our qualified counselling team is both professional and caring. They listen and advise.
Counselling Services South Program
Counselling Services South offers counselling, education and workshops that cover a range of topics, including marriage and relationship, parenting and personal development.
Dad’s Business delivers a range of fathering activities in the Playford area in a no-pressure environment. Young dads meet with a skilled male worker to discuss their expectations, hopes, anxieties and build their knowledge around birth and early childhood development.
Family Connections provides free family-friendly playgroups, activities, workshops and other support to families of children aged up to 12 years living in the South-East.
Family Dispute Resolution
Family Dispute Resolution provides mediation as an alternative way to resolving disputes and can avoid the financial and emotional costs of legal action. Our accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners guide the process of discussion and facilitate those in dispute to reach their own agreements.
Findon Family Housing
This program offers supported accommodation to young families up to the age of 25 years, who are pregnant or parenting and are homeless or are at-risk of homelessness but who have low need support requirements. Support is provided on a one-on-one basis and families are connected with local community services as required.
Supporting Children & Youth
Supporting Children & Youth works with families in regional South Australia to support young people aged 0-18 years who are showing early signs, or are at risk, of mental illness.
Family Preservation Service
Family Preservation works with families to address safety concerns and increase parenting capacity. Families of children aged up to 18 years who are experiencing challenges in their lives are supported to address lifestyle and other factors affecting the ability to parent.
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.
headspace Port Adelaide is a free service providing early intervention mental health services to young people aged 12 to 25 years.
Kids in Focus
Kids in Focus supports parents/carers who are misusing alcohol and/or other drugs (AOD). In addition to a range of child focused interventions, the service works to increase parenting capacity, build healthy relationships between parents and their children and provide safe family environments.
Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service
The Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service (LCDVS) supports women and children in the South-East who are experiencing domestic violence. The Service provides supported accommodation in one, two and three bedroom units and houses. We also provide outreach support for women who do not require accommodation but are still experiencing domestic violence, in keeping with our belief that the ideal place for a woman and her children is their own home.
At Louise Place, young women find 24-hour supported accommodation with services that help them live independently through developing parenting and life skills. We also support young, pregnant single women (aged 18 and under) to find the right medical and government services.
Making Moments Program
The Making Moments Attachment Program is an early intervention home visiting service. Which works with women who have mental health challenges, including being at risk of postnatal depression from second semester of pregnancy until baby is 12 months. in the Playford region.
Malvern Place offers support and accommodation for young women up to the age of 25 years, who are pregnant or parenting and are homeless or at the risk of homelessness. The service provides a safe and secure environment in individual fully-furnished family units.
Individual Psychosocial Recovery Support Service
The Individual Psychosocial Recovery Support Service (IPRSS) program provides individual support for people with enduring mental illness to enable them to live independently in the community.
Mobile Family Connections
Mobile Family Connections (MFC) is a mobile playgroup and support resource for families with children aged 0 to 5 years living in southern Adelaide. The emphasis is on having fun, forging friendships and learning together through play.
National School Chaplaincy Program
The National School Chaplaincy Program supports schools to nurture student well-being through pastoral care. Services are tailored to each school community's needs and are delivered by Centacare at Elizabeth and Murray Bridge.
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.
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.
Personal Helpers & Mentors Program
The Personal Helpers and Mentors Service supports people whose life is significantly affected by mental illness. The focus is on the individual's recovery by providing them with opportunities, support and services to help them reconnect to community.
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.
Riverland Domestic Violence Service
The Riverland Domestic Violence Service (RDVS) supports women and children in the Riverland who are experiencing domestic violence. The Service provides short-term accommodation, confidential and professional counselling, information and referrals for options in housing, medical, legal, income and advocacy.
School Counselling Program
Centacare offers a counselling program in Catholic primary schools across South Australia. The service is delivered by our team of innovative and highly skilled children's counsellors. The safety of students is paramount.
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.
Whyalla Regional Domestic Violence Service
The Whyalla Regional Domestic Violence Service provides supported transitional and crisis accommodation and other services to clients experiencing domestic and family violence or Aboriginal family violence in Whyalla and surrounding areas.