Working across the Adelaide CBD, southern inner and outer metro areas and Adelaide Hills to prevent and end homelessness.
Wardli-ana – Toward Home
The word ‘Wardli-ana’ means ‘Toward Home’ in the language of the local Kaurna people, who are the traditional owners of the Adelaide Plains. The use of the word reminds us that the land is a place of peace, care and nature.
Our Wardli-ana team works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness and seeking a service that connects them with culture, community and is led by Aboriginal voice.
Connections to mob, culture, and community.
Activities to build trust and foster connection to culture.
Support to return home to country safely.
Support and advocacy to access Aboriginal specific services.
Working with you to identify and access safe living arrangements.
Culturally appropriate and client led support.
Looking for support? Call us today on 1800 809 273 and find out how we can help.