Positive Voices community forum

Positive Life SA & SAMESH, August 2018

Are you a person living with HIV in SA? We want to hear from you about what would benefit PLHIV.

Find out more about the important role people living with HIV have in prevention,
as well as the barriers and enablers to care.

Presenters:
Kath Leane – PositiveLifeSA / Femfatales
John Rule – NAPWHA
Jane Costello – PLNSW / Kirby Institute
Craig Cooper – PLNSW

  • Tuesday September 11, 2018, from 6 – 9 PM, at 57 Hyde Street Adelaide
  • FREE entry, refreshments provided
  • RSVP (08) 7088 5300 or email samesh-enquiries@samesh.org.au

Download flyer: Positive Voices Forum

 

SHINE’s Marriage Equality Counselling Service launches today

SHINE SA, October 16, 2017

Is the marriage equality ‘debate’ making you feel hopeless, afraid, lonely, angry or upset?

Are you struggling with relationships, discrimination or bullying?

Not sure who to talk to or where to get help?

Marriage Equality Counselling Service is a free, confidential telephone and online counselling service available to LGBTIQ South Australians of all ages, staffed by experienced counsellors and provided through SHINE SA. The service launches today.

  • FREECALL 1800 290 575 
  • 12 – 8 pm MONDAY TO FRIDAY
  • If you require online support please phone the number above initially
  • Download flyer MECS_flyer_v1:

Launch of Indaba HIV website for women

PEACE Multicultural Services at RASA, November 2016

A message from  PEACE Multicultural Services:

“Please join us for the official launch of Indaba HIV, a website created to provide basic and practical information as well as relevant resources for women living with HIV in South Australia.

Indaba also highlights important information for service providers to help them meet the needs of women living with HIV.

When: Thursday, 17 November 2016, 12.45pm – 1.30pm

Where: Australasian HIV/AIDS Conference, Riverbank Room 7, Adelaide Convention Centre

We would love to see you there to help us celebrate the launch of this wonderful and important resource.”

Download flyer indaba-launch_final

SIN (South Australian Sex Industry Network) is moving

SIN, July 2106

SIN IS MOVING.

Friday the 22nd will be our last day at our current address.

As of Tuesday, the 26th of July, we will open at 220 SOUTH RD, MILE END.

At the moment we are busy packing – but our safer sex shop is still open for business! All SIN staff are also still available for our awesome community, Tuesday to Friday, 9.30 am till 5.00 pm.

Come and say hi and check out our new premises after the 26th.

So remember our new address – 220 SOUTH RD, MILE END.

Download flyer here (MS Word) Moving flyer

 

 

Richmond traders support mobile injecting centre plan

The Age, May 17, 2016 – 4:39PM

Ice and heroin dealing on Richmond’s drug-ravaged Victoria Street has become so flagrant that local traders are now supporting a proposal for a needle van.

In return for their support, the traders are demanding the CCTV cameras offered by the state government – and long rejected by the local council.

Read more here

Over one-third of homelessness clients seek domestic & family violence support

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 3 February 2016

The report, Domestic and family violence and homelessness 2011-12 to 2013–14, is the first of its kind to examine multiple years of homelessness data.

Read more of press release here

Access report data here