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The Tiraapendi Wodli Community Hub is located at 36 Dale St, Port Adelaide.

Community Hub - making contact

During this period of COVID-19, we are not opening for drop-ins or regular programs.
However please don't hesitate to contact us by phone if you would like any information about the COVID-19 situation, keeping you and your family safe from the virus and other community and government services available. We would love to hear from you.

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We are developing a new range of programs for men - designed and led by Aboriginal community men themselves.

Recent highlights have included a men's yarning circle around the fire, the 'Handy Murras' program which offers 'how to' home and gardening maintenance activities, and our regular art and yarning groups.

Give us a call or drop into the Hub at 36 Dale St, Port Adelaide for more information or a yarn.

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We have a range of programs for women including fitness, art and yarning, bootcamp classes and more! All programs for women are co-designed by community women themselves.

You are welcome to drop into the Hub at 36 Dale St, Port Adelaide anytime during the week to have a yarn or for information about services and other community-based support networks that might be helpful for you and your family. We would love to see you. 

The Aboriginal Families Thrive Program provides practical and coordinated support to families who are needing some extra assistance and someone to 'walk alongside' them to improve the stability and wellbeing of their family lives.

Practical support can be as diverse as the many areas of family life including school participation, family relationships and communication, household budgeting, job seeking, confidence and wellbeing, parenting, tenancy support, cultural connection. 

Save-A-Mate (SAM) education sessions are provided by Red Cross to school and community groups to increase understanding of safe use of drugs and alcohol and how to minimise harm including information about practical first aid skills.

For more information about booking a session contact:
Simon Talanskas, Red Cross Justice Programs Coordinator
M: 0420 450 925 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Youth Mentoring Program (coordinated by Red Cross) provides support to young people (aged 14-25 years) who have had recent contact with police or justice services.

The mentor connects regularly with the young person and together they work towards achieving the young person's personal goals and areas of interest.

Do you need to get your L-plate permit?

Tiraapendi Wodli and Tauondi Aboriginal College are offering a 3 day course to prepare you for sitting your learner driving permit test.

Participants will learn about all road rules and safe and responsible driving. The course will include multiple choice practice questions before you sit the test on the 3rd day of the course.

The Port Adelaide Aboriginal Justice Reinvestment Leadership Group working for a safe and culturally strong community for Aboriginal families I Powered by Enarah