Tagsocial and community services

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...

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...

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...

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...

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


Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 3 February 2016 Over one-third of adults and children seeking help from specialist homelessness services in Australia did so for domestic and family violence reasons, according to a new report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The report, Domestic and family violence and homelessness 2011-12 to 2013–14, is the...

Welcome to SASHA

SASHA is a current awareness service with news and views on various aspects of sexual health and sexuality, from a wide range of sources. These range from credible sources of sexual health and related information, to relevant opinion pieces in the media.