The Australian Institute of Social Relations
The Australian Institute of Social Relations is a Registered Training Organisation providing specialist education to the community services and health industries.
AVERT Family Violence
The AVERT Family Violence training package is a multi-disciplinary training package in family violence to provide workers at all levels within the family law system, with a sound and practical understanding of family violence, its impact and appropriate strategies for responding which promote safety for all involved.
The Family Law DOORS
The DOORS is a three part framework that assists separating parents and family law professionals to detect and respond to both wellbeing and safety risks.
Elm Place is the home of support services to people whose lives have been affected by institutional and out-of-home care as children specifically, Forgotten Australians, Former Child Migrants, the Stolen Generations and people affected by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Gambling Help SA
Is your gambling affecting you or someone you care about? Gambling Help SA can help.
Humankind aims to support people living with chronic illness and their loved ones to achieve positive and respectful relationships.
This website offers practical information and resources for women living with HIV in South Australia, and for their service providers.
Suicide Questions Answers Resources (square) is an integrated suicide prevention resource developed by General Practice SA and Relationships Australia (SA) in conjunction with the Federal and State Governments.
Statewide Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Domestic Violence Service
This website offers a range of resources and links to assist community members to access culturally appropriate services and to support professionals working in the domestic violence and homelessness sectors to work better with the CALD community.
You are not Alone
The You are not Alone website is a resource hub for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) individuals, families and communities who are affected by gambling problems.