Uniting Country SA provides support to families, single adults and children who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. With over 100 years of experience supporting regional communities, Uniting Country SA is dedicated to
Caring for Country People.

Foster care

Uniting Country SA believes that all children should have the opportunity to be raised in a safe and loving home. When children are unable to stay with their birth families our foster carers step in to provide safety, stability and loving care.


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Domestic & Family Violence

Uniting Country SA's Domestic Violence services provide support to people in regional South Australia who are dealing with domestic and family violence in their lives.



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