Children and Families
Support where needed

How can we help?

Child, Youth and Family Services are all about giving you access to support, education and advocacy to help you and your family embrace life.

We offer programs for men, pathways for young people, early childhood development initiatives, support for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander children and programs specifically for parents.

Explore our programs and services below and download a brochure to find out more.

We also offer Flexible Learning Options to connect young people with learning and training.

Who can we help?

Our programs and services are here to help:

  • Young people thrive
  • Families connect
  • Men develop good relationships
  • Parents raise their children

If you’re in need of emergency help visit our Emergency Assistance page here.

A parent wanting to return to work? Check out our Employment and Training page here

Supporting Aboriginal children with their education

Our Connected Families Program helps your children get the most out of their Preschool and Primary School experience.

Call us on (08) 8440 2299

Our friendly staff are available weekdays from 9am – 5pm.

Download a brochure here.

Families in the western suburbs

Strengthening Families West is a free service for all parents and carers to help build positive family relationships.

Call us on (08) 8440 2290

Our friendly staff are available weekdays from 9am – 5pm.

Download a brochure here.

Relationships for men and families

Our Men and Families program can help you to build and maintain a good relationship with your family.

Call us on (08) 8440 2290

Our friendly staff are available weekdays from 9am – 5pm.

Download a brochure here.

Communities for children

Communities for Children provides early childhood development initiatives that support the health and early development needs of young children aged 0 to 12 years. We also assist parents and build child-friendly communities.

Call us on (08) 8440 2285

Our friendly staff are available weekdays from 9am – 5pm.

Affordable learning and fun in Taperoo

Visit our Taperoo Community Centre page to find out how UnitingSA helps people of all ages and all backgrounds develop new skills and meet new people, in a place where everyone is welcome.

Nobody can do everything but everyone can do something.

UnitingSA relies on the generosity of donors to help deliver innovative programs and support for people in need across metropolitan and regional South Australia.

“I am so grateful I was able to move into a pet-friendly room at Regency Green Multicultural Aged Care. Whether I am going to a film or knitting or craft, my dog Bruce is always able to come. It really is wonderful.”

Shirley and dog Bruce,
Residents at Regency Green