Our belief in the transformative power of
relationships lies at the heart of everything we do
Feeling under pressure or disconnected? We can help.
Do you want to study a qualification, take a course or get your skills recognised? We can help.
Our registered training organisation, the Australian Institute of Social Relations offers courses and nationally recognised qualifications in the community and health industries and the family law system.
To find out more visit www.socialrelations.edu.au
What We Do
Supporting individuals with their personal, social and emotional health and wellbeing.
Supporting children and young people to have safe, healthy and happy lives.
Assisting communities to develop skills and confidence and to work together.
Supporting you, your partner, or your family to change, repair or strengthen your relationships.
Are you affected by family and domestic violence?
Helping separating parents to reduce conflict, reach parenting agreements, and to focus on their children.
Building the capacity of schools to respond to children’s needs throughout their school years.
Delivering nationally recognised qualifications and workforce development training for the human services.
Offering a range of services in communities across South Australia.
You are invited to Shot Bro: Confessions of a Depressed Bullet.
“You are believed” – First Anniversary of the National Apology to the Victims and Survivors of Institutional Childhood Sexual Abuse
Tuesday 22 October 2019 marks the first anniversary of the National Apology to the Victims and Survivors of Institutional Childhood Sexual Abuse.
It’s Gambling Harm Awareness Week next week! We’re getting involved in the action and so can you!
Getting to the root of the problem with trees
It can be tricky finding affordable school holiday activities in Adelaide. Lucky we have you covered!
Building relationships to ensure quality care
We would like to formally invite you to attend the Lionhearts luncheon. Bookings can be made here.
The festive season can be a tricky time for separated families. Everyone wants to see their children on Christmas day, but when you’re living in separate households, that’s not always possible.