WHAT IS A COMMUNITY CENTRE?
“A community centre is a place that is specially provided for the people, groups, and organizations in a particular area, where they can go in order to meet one another and do things.”
There are many Community Centres across South Australia, some are owned and operated privately and some by local government. They are all ready and willing to connect and support you. The best place to find out more about Community Centres is through Community Centres SA. Each community centre has its own programs and community events. These range from Community Education, Social Groups, Support Groups, Social Programs and much more.
Connect with Community Centres SA here
Find your local Community Centre here
City of Adelaide Community Centres
WHAT IS A COMMUNITY HUB?
Community hubs are welcoming places where migrant and refugee families, particularly mothers with young children, come to connect, share, and learn. Hubs bridge the gap between migrants and the wider community, they connect women with schools, with each other, and with organisations that can provide health, education, and settlement support.
Find out more about Community Hubs here
Find your local Community Hub here