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We acknowledge that homelessness is a complex issue that requires a collaborative, consolidated, and sensitive response. People who are experiencing homelessness, or are at risk of becoming homeless, deserve expert support where the correct knowledge, expertise, authority, and resources can be provided.
Toward Home Alliance
The Toward Home Alliance is the primary avenue which people who are homeless can be supported.
The Alliance partners are:
- Baptist Care SA
- Mission Australia
- The Salvation Army
- Lead Agency Lutheran Care
- The South Australian Housing Authority
The Toward Home Alliance works across the Adelaide CBD, southern inner and outer metropolitan Adelaide, and the Adelaide Hills. They have qualified and trained teams that provide a range of services to young people, adults, and families with children who are at risk, and/or experiencing homelessness
Toward Home Alliance contact details
Emergency Relief Support
Brighton Churches of Christ
Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10am-1pm
Service Description: Provide food vouchers, food parcels, bus tickets, and prescriptions.
69 Sturt Rd, Sturt
(08) 8298 7677
St Andrew’s By the Sea Uniting Church
92 Jetty Rd, Glenelg
08 8295 1771
Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 12noon-2:30pm
Providing food vouchers, food parcels, bread, fruit, and vegetables, Op Shop voucher, Café voucher, bus tickets, assistance with telephone bills, and referral services.
Operates in the St Andrew’s By the Sea Uniting Church Hall each Tuesday night from 6pm-7:30pm. The soup kitchen is a Christian outreach program that provides food and support to between 30-50 people each Tuesday night.
Orange Sky Laundry
Patrons of Mary’s Kitchen on Tuesday evenings will also find the Orange Sky Laundry van parked at the front of the St Andrew’s By the Sea Uniting church. Volunteers offer a warm smile, and a listening ear, taking time to chat with people as they use the free washing and drying facilities in the van. Fresh clothes in under an hour.
Eligibility: Families and single people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness; women and children affected by domestic or family violence; young people
Service Description: Telephone information - crisis intervention for families and single homeless people, Intake, assessment, and referral for emergency accommodation. After-hours service for youth crisis accommodation.
Uniting Communities contact details
Council continues to monitor homelessness across the city, linking individuals with appropriate services and information, and working more broadly with all relevant agencies to provide a coordinated and collaborative response.