Last updated 28 July 2021
Wednesday 28 July - Wednesday 4 August
Hutt St Centre is an essential service and is open providing support to help people experiencing homelessness meet their daily needs including takeaway meals, shower and laundry facilities, health and medical support, phone charging and secure lockers.
Inline with the current restrictions some programs and services are cancelled or operating revised hours.
The Wellbeing Centre hours are:
|Monday - Friday||7:15am-12:30pm|
Essential services including showers and laundry facilities, take-away meals, secure locker storage, phone charging, and access to onsite medical services (RDNS nurse) are available to people experiencing homelessness. Case management and welfare check-ins are ongoing. These activities may need to be modified at short notice to comply with government health authorities’ guidelines.
Non-essential activities such art group, cooking classes, group activities and excursions are not currently running.
Donated goods we are currently not accepting second-hand goods. New items we gratefully accept can be found here. Please kindly keep any new items to be donated until after restrictions ease. We are minimising visitors to the Centre.
Visiting the Centre people requiring support and coming into the Centre must follow hygiene guidelines and social distancing (recommended 1.5m physical distance from another person). QR code or manual sign-in is required, and masks must be worn. Masks are available onsite.
Volunteers registered volunteers on the roster are asked to not attend your shift if you are feeling unwell, or have recently visited a location or exposure site requiring you to isolate. At this time only registered, regular volunteers are able to attend their shifts due to WHS regulations, and safefty checks including police checks and working with vulnerable people checks.
If you’re experiencing homelessness and need immediate assistance:
- Homeless Connect SA 1800 003 308 (free call, anytime)
- Toward Home Alliance Access 1800 809 273
Thank you to our wonderful supporters who make it possible for Hutt St Centre to continue helping people to rebuild their lives. It takes strength to stay kind in uncertain times.
We are proud of the way South Australians come together in a crisis – we witness your generosity and compassion every day. Stay safe and be kind.
How you can help
We're incredibly grateful for the concern, compassion and desire to help people experiencing homelessness during this time.
If you're in a position to assist, your donation will help keep our doors open, essential services available and enable us to support people experiencing homelessness the best way we can, in a rapidly changing environment. Thank you.