Aboriginal support services
There are a range of services providing support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
A peak organisation that represents Aboriginal community controlled health and substance misuse services in SA at a state and national level.
A community based health services for Aboriginal people in Ceduna and Koonibba.
A culturally safe, primary health service available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the northern suburbs. It is open Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm. All services are delivered free of charge
Website: Muna Paiendi - SA Health
A culturally appropriate health care and community support services for Aboriginal people.
Website: Nunkuwarrin Yunti
A small team of liaison officers visit all Aboriginal inpatients at the Women's and Children's Hospital. The group act as advocates for the inpatients, making sure their medical, practical and cultural needs are met.
Website: Aboriginal Liaison Unit
Multicultural support services
The officers support the engagement of culturally and linguistically diverse students and families in education by bridging cultural understandings.
Website: Community Liaison Officers
The centre provides comprehensive, high quality, efficient, confidential and professional interpreting and translating services in approximately 112 languages and dialects.
Website: Interpreting and Translating Centre
The service provides specialist primary health care services for recently arrived refugees, other humanitarian entrants and asylum seekers.
Website: Migrant health service
The centre is a community settlement agency and services for migrants and refugees.
Website: Australian Migrant Resource Centre
Multicultural Affairs focuses on supporting the community and encouraging communities to showcase their cultural diversity. It is also responsible for the administration and delivery of multicultural grant programs, events, awards, community forums, support programs and resources.
Website: Multicultural SA
South East Asian Reconnect provides support for young people between the ages of 12 and 18 who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and their families, focusing on people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background.
Website: South East Asian Reconnect
This service provides people from a refugee and migrant background who have experienced torture or been traumatised as a result of persecution, violence, war or unlawful imprisonment prior to their arrival in Australia.