Not-for-Profit funding reform
Feedback on simplified contract forms for funding arrangements between SA Government and the Not-for-Profit sector by 20 December 2018
Nobody knows my disability like me
The National Disability Insurance Scheme is coming to South Australia
Changes to disability and aged care services
Information about the future direction of government disability and domiciliary care services
Are you eligible for a concession?
A range of concessions are available for eligible South Australians. Concessions hotline - 1800 307 758
We are committed to working together and with others to make South Australia a place of opportunity for all.
DCSI consists of Housing SA, Disability SA, Disability and Domiciliary Care Services and Youth Justice. The department brings together a range of services and policies designed to support vulnerable people and to help build resilient communities.
YouthThe Office for Youth develops and delivers programs and grants for young people, and organisations working with young people, that support the priority areas of the Minister for Youth.
HousingHousing SA, a division of the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, administers services on behalf of the South Australian Housing Trust.
Grants for OrganisationsGrant and funding programs for not-for-profit community groups to improve community well-being and opportunities for all South Australians.
WomenThe Office for Women works toward achieving gender equity and positive change for women by collaborating across government and the community.
DisabilityDisability SA leads strategic planning, policy development, intake and resource allocation for the disability sector in South Australia.
ScreeningThe DCSI Screening Unit provides a range of screening background checks on behalf of organisations that are engaging employees and volunteers.
Community ServicesBuilding inclusive and resilient South Australian communities to deliver better outcomes for young people, multicultural communities, volunteers, Aboriginal people, LGBTIQ people and carers.
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