Our Aged Care Service provides culturally and linguistically sensitive services to help you meet your needs.
ADULT COMMUNITY EDUCATION
Helping you to improve your language, confidence, personal and computing skills with others.
Our Youth Service ensures all young people’s voices are heard and respected.
SOCIAL GROUPS AND ACTIVITIES
Opportunities to connect with other people, improve your health and wellbeing and have fun!
Building new friendships, fostering teamwork, learning new skills and enhancing your confidence in a safe environment.
To connect, empower and support culturally and linguistically
CALD communities in South Australia
In all of our activities, with all people, these values guide us:
DIVERSITY – we foster an environment of inclusion and appreciation of the richness of difference
EMPOWERMENT – we encourage our people to become stronger and more confident in their lives
EQUITY – we value the rights of all people to participate in and contribute to our community
INTEGRITY – we are always honest and ethical, treating everyone with dignity and respect
NON-JUDGMENTAL – we acknowledge everyone’s uniqueness and individuality
Our Adult Community Education (ACE) program aims to help people improve foundation skills in language, literacy, numeracy, computing and personal skills.
Our AOD program aims to reduce the adverse consequences of drug use and impact of drug use for individuals and the community.
Our Aged Care Service aims to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services to Vietnamese people to remain living independently at home for as long as possible.
Our Gambling Help Service aims to prevent and/or reduce the negative impacts of problem gambling to individuals, families and the community as well as to increase access to Gambling Help Services for clients from a Vietnamese background.
Our Mental Health Service provides a Clinical Care Co-ordination service for people with severe and complex mental health problems from non-English speaking backgrounds in metropolitan Adelaide.
We acknowledge that some young people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds often face particular needs that attribute to their sense of marginalisation and vulnerability.