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Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-04-21

When the pandemic struck, people sleeping rough instantly faced the added burden of having nowhere to safely self-isolate. But thanks to your kindness, we could rapidly adapt our services to ensure people experiencing...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-04-08

Imagine being in a foreign country, in the middle of a global pandemic, with no passport, no place to sleep, and nowhere to turn. You’ve exhausted all your options, so you walk into...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-03-26

“Creativity gives people a chance to express themselves, share their stories, and build bridges between one another.” – Maxie, Creative Hub volunteer at Hutt St Centre When people who are experiencing homelessness walk...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-03-17

These beautiful stained-glass windows in our entrance foyer represent a special piece of Hutt St Centre's history. The windows were designed by Sister Carole, a Daughter of Charity, Board Director, and the leader...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-03-07

On Sunday 7 March, Hutt St Centre celebrates 67 years of supporting people at risk of or experiencing homelessness. Our story began with three Sisters from the Daughters of Charity who arrived in...  more...

Light, open and airy spaces fit-for-purpose are a feature of the Hutt St Centre’s redevelopment which was officially opened on February 28. In the planning stages for several years, the refurbishment delivers modern...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2021-03-01

After much anticipation, we’re delighted to share that we have officially opened the doors to our newly refurbished Hutt St Centre! The refreshed facilities are designed to better meet the changing needs of...  more...

Adelaide shelter, @HuttStCentre has completed a major refurbishment in a bid to accommodate the increasing number and needs of the people coming through its doors. pic.twitter.com/PeRzl11IcD — ABC Adelaide (@abcadelaide) March 1, 2021  more...

The Hutt Street Centre says it is not concerned about an upcoming State Government review into one of its homelessness programs, claiming it has saved taxpayers $5.69 million over three years by keeping...  more...

Hutt St Centre chief executive Chris Burns said there were about 200 people sleeping rough in the city, and the State Government had not given a directive to house them in hotels like...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-11-04

Every Friday morning a group of Hutt St Centre clients come together to give back to the community by popping on their 'Gang Greens' vests and doing various bits and pieces like sweeping...  more...

28 years ago, when Brad* was only 12 years old, his parents asked him to leave home and not to return - he was no longer welcome. Brad stayed with friends and on...  more...

Hutt St Centre CEO Chris Burns told InDaily this morning that the review removed a “lingering cloud of uncertainty that’s been hanging over the Centre for months”. “We did our homework a long...  more...

Welcome to Hutt Street Jin and By Blackbird Café! New kids on the block By Blackbird Café recently celebrated their opening by giving away coffees for a gold coin donation, with the money...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-08-20

Why are so many residential properties in Adelaide CBD empty?  more...

With a goal of raising $400, a team of Murraylands family and friends decided to fundraise for the Hutt Street Centre and set off for the Walk a Mile in My Boots Challenge...  more...

We visit the centre on a sunny Tuesday afternoon. A volunteer gardener directs us to the door of a small building. We’re surprised that such a humble structure can make such an impact....  more...

Lainie Anderson: Why make life even harder for Hutt St homeless? It seems some would rather marginalise our most vulnerable than measure up to what makes our city awesome, Lainie Anderson says of...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-06-22

Hutt St Centre is delighted to introduce the Walk a Mile Challenge for 2020. While we're not able to gather together as a large group for the Walk a Mile in My Boots...  more...

Adelaide City Council has voted to proceed with its controversial legal review of Hutt Street Centre land use – despite one councillor warning it could cost ratepayers up to $100,000. The centre, which...  more...

Charities supporting the homeless and vulnerable in the community are preparing for a surge in demand as the full impact of COVID-19 job losses are felt and the colder weather hits the State....  more...

Hutt St Centre has hit out at “vile allegations” that it is the cause of criminal and anti-social behaviour in the area, after winning approval for a $2 million upgrade despite “a very...  more...

Hutt St Centre has welcomed news its proposed upgrade has been given the go-ahead, saying the planned improvements will allow it to better help people out of homelessness. Hutt St Centre CEO Chris...  more...

"Hutt Street Centre is frustrated when its clients are immediately and readily blamed for anti-social behaviour in Hutt Street" The Hutt Street Centre has rejected “misconceived” allegations that it is the cause of...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-03-20

The ongoing Coronavirus outbreak creates an uncertain time for everyone, and we understand that the unfolding and serious nature of this virus is causing significant concern in the community. Our thoughts are with...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-03-06

We have recently had some questions regarding the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) and its potential impact to our services should Adelaide become impacted. We continue to monitor this situation and review our continuity of...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-02-06

There were standing ovations, tears and thunderous applause at the end - it was a wonderful evening that meant so much to so many people. Late last year, clients from our Aged City...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2020-01-08

Many of you will be aware of Jason* who we wrote about in our 2019 Winter Appeal. He was one of the many people living on the street who was too afraid to...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2019-11-20

We are delighted to announce that Chris Burns, the current Mental Health Commissioner for South Australia, has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Hutt St Centre. Mr Burns will assume...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2019-11-18

Hutt St Centre is proud to announce the new Chair of our Board, Mr Tim O’Callaghan. Mr O’Callaghan, National Deputy Managing Partner of legal firm Piper Alderman, brings with him a wealth of...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2019-10-22

We’re delighted that Connections Weeks has been announced as a Runner Up in the “Collaboration Category” at the annual Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SINMA) Awards this year. The SINMA Awards recognise...  more...

A prominent Adelaide lawyer has been announced as the new chair of the Hutt Street Centre, as the search for a replacement CEO for the homeless service provider continues.    Photo: Tony Lewis /...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2019-10-17

To be homeless means a daily struggle to simply find shelter, warmth and food. Many walk miles for these necessities, wearing ill-fitting shoes which, in turn, may lead to poor foot health. But...  more...

Posted by Hutt St Centre on 2019-10-14

After 25 years with Hutt St Centre, the time has come for me to move on, and I will be leaving my role as CEO in mid-October. Each and every day during my...  more...