Our services interconnect to provide wraparound support tailored to individual need. Whether a young person is experiencing homelessness, in a rental property but struggling to maintain their tenancy or ready to move into a place of their own, our range of programs assist young people at every stage of their housing journey.

Image by Artist: William (Bill) Solomon

Artist:  William (Bill) Solomon

This painting tells the story of St John’s Youth Services. People gathering at the large circular meeting place are our members, directors and workers who join together as a community to provide safe places for young people and children. These places are connected to the guidance of the community as young people begin their journey to their own place in the community. The tracks between the meeting place, the services and community centres eventually lead young people to a place they can call home

St John’s Youth Services acknowledges with genuine respect the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners of the Adelaide Plains, the region where our sites and services are situated.

We acknowledge the Kaurna people’s cultural, spiritual, physical, emotional, economic and intellectual connection with the land. We honour and pay our respects to Kaurna Elders both past and present, and all generations of Kaurna people, including children, young people and families, for their continuing struggle for recognition and respect in this country.
We further honour and pay our respects to past and present Aboriginal Elders, and all generations of First Nations peoples from other language groups across this sacred land of Australia. St John’s Youth Services recognises and celebrates that Australia is home to the world’s oldest continuing cultures.

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