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WIS What's On

The WIS What's On provides details of services and activities for women of SA as at Monday, September 16 2019

All programs are free/low cost unless otherwise noted. For more details, please visit our Facebook page.

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ProgramDescriptionProviderLocationDate
Family violence support group for womenExplore the effect of violence & abuse. Non-judgmental. Share strategies.Uniting Communities, phone 8202 5190Adelaide CBD2nd Thursday of the month
C.A.L.D. for CALD Women ProgramAn intercultural, art-based life-coaching program for culturally and linguistically diverse women who have experienced domestic violenceWomen's Safety Services SA, phone Haroula 8268 7700
haroulac@womenssafetyservices.com.au
Location supplied upon requestThursdays
Women are Strong... Women do Survive8 week support group for women exploring the effects of abusive relationshipsPhone 8215 6310Southern Suburbs location supplied on registration (two locations)Starts Aug 1 and Aug 2
The Shark Cage Group9 weeks assertive and self-confidence building course for women who have experienced abusive or controlling relationshipsAnglicare SA, phone 8186 8900Woodcroft. Time and location supplied on request for Term 4Term 4
eSafety Workshops presented by WESNET

FREE two-hour workshop—
technology-facilitated abuse and its relationship to domestic and family violence – phone WIS for more details

Women’s Information Service, 8303 0590

to book: Judi.VanOnsem@sa.gov.au

Adelaide

Murray Bridge

Oct 23

Oct 24

Keeping Families Safe: Picking up the pieces after domestic violenceTwo-hour workshop for separated parents who are concerned about the impact of domestic violence on their children

Centacare, phone 8215 6700

registrations@centacare.org.au

Adelaide CBDSept 17
Zahra Foundation Financial Counsellor at WISProviding financial support and assistance to women who have experienced domestic violence.

Zahra Foundation, phone 8352 1889

CBD and other locations/daysThursdays at WIS

“Be Seen. Be Heard”

Community Conversations

All members of the community are encouraged to participate – share your experiences, raise concerns and contribute.

Commissioner for Aboriginal Children & Young People

RSVP SEPT 19 to Pat Fanaras

Ph. 0466 432 259

pat.fanaras@sa.gov.au

Salisbury

Port Adelaide

Noarlunga

Sept 23

Sept 25

Sept 30

Recovery Support Group for Eating DisordersMonthly support group to discuss & share your feelings; learn or share strategies for recovery. Carer's support group also available. $20/session.

Butterfly Foundation, please register – ph. The National Helpline 1800 334 673 or support@thebutterflyfoundation.org.au

Glenside2nd Tuesday of each month
Adelaide Stepping ForwardPresented by Family Drug Support: educational, interactive session for those supporting alcohol &/or other drug users.

Adelaide South West Community Centre,

Phone 8203 7801

AdelaideSept 21
New Roads: Alcohol & other drug support

Drop-in service for those affected by addiction or their loved-ones; drop-in Mon- Fri 2:00-3:00

Uniting Communities

Phone  8202 5690

Christies Beachongoing

Youth Mental Health & Well Being Forum

A forum for young people exploring issues affecting youth and mental health.

Headspace Edinburgh North

Ph. 8209 0700

Mawson LakesOct  3
Financial Literacy for Women 55+Half day workshop for women 55+ to build confidence on managing finance.Ecstra (formerly Financial Literacy Australia)
Phone 1300 368 448 or 02 9252 4244

Adelaide
Mt Gambier

Oct 14, 15 and 16

Confident Budgeting

How to budget, save, and manage money , 6 week courseMarionlife Ph. 8277 0304Mitchell ParkStarts Oct 2
Literacy and Numeracy Course for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander AdultsImprove reading, writing, spelling, grammar and maths skills

Pooraka Farm Community Centre

Phone 8406 8488

PoorakaWednesdays
Adult Learning SupportReading, writing, spelling, ESL, numeracy, work skills and computing

Christie Downs Community House

Phone 8384 6894

Christie DownsThursdays and Fridays
Resume Help Drop In SessionsDrop in to receive help to create a great resume. We will review your formatting, highlight your key achievements and ensure it is presented professionallyPort Adelaide Enfield Libraries
Phone 8405 6580 or visit cityofpae.sa.gov.au/library @CityofPAELibraries

Port Adelaide Enfield

One Sunday A month
Workskills Pathways ProgramIncreasing employability skillsAdult Learning, phone 8384 6894Christie DownsThursday Friday
Marni WingkuOn-Campus program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students

University of Adelaide

Ph. 8313 3623

marniwingku@adelaide.edu.au

City North TerraceSept 25
Acorn Parent Infant Attachments GroupsFor mothers who have diagnosed mental health difficulties: the group supports mothers with infants up to 30 months.

Anglicare

Phone 8131 3485

Gilles Plains, Mount Barker, Darlington, Salisbury, Munno Para, Norwood, Aldinga, PenningtonFrom Aug 19
Pregnancy 2 Parenting In the Inner South Darlington Children’s CentreSessions on multiple issues in relation to pregnancy arranged by Metropolitan Youth Health

Darlington Children’s Centre

Phone 8296 2686

DarlingtonSept 20
Post-Separation Parenting CourseA Workshop for separated parents wanting to understand and manage the changes in their family

Centacare, Adelaide.

Phone 8215 6700 registrations@centacare.org.au

Adelaide

Oct 10

Nov 11

Dec 12

Tax Help 2019 at WIS

Free help to complete your tax online if you are low-income & have simple tax needsWomen’s Information Service, phone 8303 0590 for enquiries or to make an appointment.AdelaideUntil end of Oct

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