Uniting Communities works alongside more than 30,000 South Australians each year as they strive for bright futures and great lives.
They seek to reduce inequality and improve wellbeing for all who strive to overcome disadvantage. Their support is non-judgemental, generous and supportive; embraces diversity; and values and promotes fairness, justice and the benefits of strong communities.
The organisation offers services including mental health and counselling; residential aged care and support for independent living; housing crisis and emergency support; disability services; services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; financial and legal; drug and alcohol counselling; family relationships; and respite and carer support.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
- Children or young people
- Older persons
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse people
- LGBTI People
- Lived experience
- People with a disability(s)
- People with an increased risk of suicide
- People who have attempted suicide
- People bereaved by suicide
- People experiencing mental illness
- Regional and remote communities
- Provides Policy Information
- Conducts Research
- Provides Factsheets
- Lifeline Australia
- South Australian Premier's Suicide Prevention Council