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How we provide help

Uniting Country SA provides services to families, single adults and children, who are experiencing difficulties such as domestic violence, disability and mental health issues, financial distress, homelessness, and family breakdown in country SA. Read more


Interested in volunteering? Looking for a way to give back to your community? Why not volunteer? Click here to learn more about our volunteering opportunities. Read more

Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme

The Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) provides an avenue for a person who may be at risk of domestic violence to get information about their partner or former partner, to help them make decisions about their safety. Read more

Aboriginal Community Support

Uniting Country SA is the education lead for Connected Beginnings in Port Augusta, funded through the Commonwealth Department of Education. This is a Collective Impact model funded until November 2022, supporting a movement for community change. Read more

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. Read more

Quality Accreditations

Uniting Country SA and Uniting Country Housing are fully compliant in the Australian Service Excellence Standards at the Certificate and Award Level. Uniting Country SA is a registered NDIS Provider 4-3LLK-66 with the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Com Read more