Organisation: Baptist Care (SA) Inc. (formerly Baptist Community Services) What and who do they service? Baptist Care (SA) provides a variety of services to disadvantaged and marginalized people around the state. The organisation assists people with mental illness and provides them with services to manage their illness and to acquire employment. The organisation also provides a city day centre and country psychosocial support services. About the Organisation: Baptist Care (SA) is the community services agency of the Baptist
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ARAFMI Organisation: Carers SA ARAFMI (Assisting Relatives And Families of People with Mental Illness) What and who do they service? Carers SA ARAFMI offers a broad range of services to support carers and families of people with a mental illness. Services include: information and education about mental illness; carer advocacy; face to face and telephone counselling and referral; peer support via carer support group meetings and social support activities. About the Organisation: Carers SA ARAFMI
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What and who do they service? Mental health programs provide one-on-one and group support from the north to the south of Adelaide to those dealing with mental illness, disability (primarily acquired brain injury), alcohol and other drug misuse – or a combination of these. Services include assistance to find and retain accommodation, social engagement, life-skills development, personal care and at times, crisis management. About the Organisation: Anglicare retains strong links with the Anglican church, and expresses God’s
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The office of the South Australian Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner (HCSCC) is an independent statutory office established by the Health and Community Services Complaints Act 2004 (the Act). HCSCC assists people – service users, carers and service providers – this includes government, private and non-government health and community services. The role of HCSCC is to: receive, assess and resolve complaints about health and community services in South Australia encourage and assist health and community service
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