Community Wellbeing

Our purpose is to facilitate ongoing wellbeing and independence, so people can continue living in their own homes and participate actively in the community. We also have a role working across Council promoting and progressing the City of Mitcham’s Access and Inclusion Plan and Age Friendly Environment and Community Plan.

The Community Wellbeing Department offers a range of services including domestic assistance*, social opportunities, home and garden maintenance, community transport and home modifications for security and safety. *Please note domestic assistance is currently at capacity.

What do we do?

Click on the image below if you are over the age of 65 (or 50 if Torres Strait Islander or Aboriginal)

Community Wellbeing

Click on the image below if you are under the age of 65 (or 50 if Torres Strait Islander or Aboriginal)

Community Wellbeing Under 65

 

If you would like to know more about the NDIS which is rolling out in the City of Mitcham soon click here

Click on the image below if you want to know more about:
  • Making a complaint
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Advocacy
  • Refusal or withdrawal of services
  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Work Health and safety
  • Duty of Care

Community Wellbeing What Else You Need to Know 

Fees

View page 1 and 2 on this link to find out about fees for our services

Try Volunteering in Community Wellbeing

Click on the image below if you would like more information on volunteering.

Enrich Life Volunteer

 

Responding to High Risk Vulnerable People

The Southern Services Reform Group have created a resource guide to assist in responding to high risk vulnerable people. The guide (adapted from the Eastern Collaborative Project Resource Guide) also provides contact details for emergency services and relevant service providers. Click on the image below to view the guide.

Responding to high risk vulnerable people

Community Wellbeing services are jointly funded by the Department of Health as part of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme, Department of Human Services as part of the SA Home and Community Care Programme and the City of Mitcham.

Contact Us

Tel 08 8372 8888

Fax 08 8372 8101

Email Us

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Locate Us

PO Box 21

Mitcham Shopping Centre

Torrens Park SA 5062

131 Belair Road

Torrens Park SA 5062

Australia

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