Shelter SA is a peak housing organisation and advocates for improved housing outcomes for everyone, including those who are on low incomes and who are living with disadvantage.
Access to affordable, appropriate and secure long-term housing is the key to overall social well-being, and is critical to improving health and education outcomes for everyone.
Shelter SA is a non-profit association incorporated in 1977 and is funded through the State Government’s Housing Minister’s Advisory Fund
Shelter SA is a member of National Shelter, a network of Australian housing organisations. State Shelters exist in every state except Victoria.
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PICKLE – Your first step to find help
The Pickle app connects young people who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of homelessness, or in unsafe situations, to the nearest possible service organisation, ensuring they get the help they need right when they need it.
Developed by Shelter SA with support from a DCSI Community Benefit SA grant, Pickle is based on recent research and community sector consultation about young people’s use of technology. Prioritising simplicity and privacy, the app takes a new approach to the ongoing challenge of young people’s access to services. Please take a moment to visit the PICKLE website here: www.pickle.org.au and to download the PICKLE app, go to the App Store or Google Play and search 'Pickle by Shelter SA'.
Shelter SA is pleased to announce the launch of CapitalAsset - a bold, ethical and socially responsible innovation in housing. To find out more, please click: CapitalAsset or click on the CapitalAsset tab at the top of this page.
Become a Shelter SA Member!
Become a member today - membership is open to all organisations and individuals who support Shelter's objectives. Download the information brochure and membership form here:
Housing Matters! Throughout 2014 the Shelter SA team broadcast it's Housing Matters community radio program on Radio Adelaide. Click on the Housing Matters icon to access and listen to any of the program podcasts. You can also check out Shelter SA videos by clicking on the Video Channel icon too!