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Welcome to Shelter SA, the Peak Body for Housing in South Australia

Advocacy

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ShelterSA Initiatives - Advocacy

Shelter SA advocates for improved housing outcomes for South Australians who are living on low incomes and in housing need.

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Our advocacy aims to influence policy, legislative, funding and service delivery decisions within political, economic, and social systems and institutions. Advocacy includes media campaigns, public speaking, commissioning and publishing research to promote public debate and awareness.

Advocacy in all its forms seeks to ensure that people, particularly those citizens who are in need and are most vulnerable in society, are able to:

  • Have their needs included in decisions that affect them
  • Defend and safeguard their rights
  • Have their voices genuinely considered when decisions are being made about them

Policy

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Shelter SA informs and recommends policy changes or resists policy changes, where needed. View Shelter SA's Policy Position

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Policies and legislation shape the way institutions and organisations operate and can have a huge impact on people’s everyday lives. Policies are used to determine eligibility for services, provision of resources, and determining courses of action. Shelter SA informs and recommends policy changes or resists policy changes, where needed. View Shelter SA's Policy Position

Research

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Our research is conducted to support our advocacy. Systematic investigation and community consultation are used to create our evidence based policy positions.

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If there is an area where we believe there is not enough existing evidence to support a recommendation for change, systematic investigation into and community consultation are used to create our evidence based policy positions.

Services Directory

Find Help and Support
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Find Help and Support

View our Multicultural Directory, Regional Services Directory or access the Homelessness Service Provider Directory

Membership

Membership
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Become a Shelter SA Member!

Renew your membership or become a new member to support Shelter SA!

Events

Events
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Subscribe to our enews to be the first to know about upcoming events!

Twitter

Calling all public housing tenants! If you're willing to talk with an @ABCaustralia journalist on "You Can't Ask That" to smash public housing stereotypes please message for contact details https://t.co/PbidXsdKQ3

The murky status of SA’s 'sex for accommodation' market https://t.co/wb2YvVzSeU via @indaily

Read our latest blog post! We discuss the blockage in our State housing and homelessness system and the barriers facing domestic violence survivors in the private rental market - including a lack of pet-friendly rentals: https://t.co/TYGZB2VIGQ

#domesticviolence #MakeRentingFair

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Facebook

Capital Asset

Capital Asset
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Our build to rent model removes the cost of land from construction cost for not for profits.

Pickle

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The Pickle app connects young people who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, or in unsafe situations, to the nearest service organisation, ensuring they get the help they need when they need it.

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Latest Publications

Recent Posts & Media Releases

E-Bulletins

1009, 2019

Housing Matters

In this edition: Who calls us? Our Coober Pedy trip, our 360 Review

409, 2019

Housing Matters

In this edition: Shelter SA in Darwin, Our 360 Degree Review and AIHW's

309, 2019

Housing Matters

In this edition: Our presentation at The National Housing Conference (Darwin), Part 2

1408, 2019

Housing Matters

In this edition: Social Landlord Discussion Paper, 360-Degree Review, Submissions to Disability Inclusion

808, 2019

Housing Matters

In this edition: Health and Housing Expo, read what tenants have to say