PEACE Multicultural Services

A Service of Relationships Australia SA

We support all migrants and refugees regardless of their visa type, free of charge. Our aim is to help people from diverse language and cultural backgrounds to lead independent, healthy and good lives in Australia.

Our promise to you

We know it can be hard to ask for help, so when you talk to us:

  • No one else will know. You don’t even have to tell us your real name.
  • We will not share your information with anybody.
  • We do not charge you any fee. Our services are free.
  • You will feel respected and valued.
  • We will arrange an interpreter, at no cost, if needed.
  • We will provide flexible support options that best suit your needs.

Our services are:

We will not ask you to pay for any service you receive from us, nor will we charge your Medicare or health insurance accounts.

We will never talk to anyone about your health status or other issues you are experiencing without your permission. We will also never gossip about you with anyone from your community or outside it.

We use highly trained interpreters, either face-to-face or over the phone, to ensure that we fully understand your problems and circumstances. We also can provide our services at our centre, at a hospital/clinic or any other health service location, or even at your home.

We tailor our services to suit your needs and circumstances, and we can work with other service providers to help you achieve the best outcomes possible.

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We can help

We all have tertiary qualifications and extensive experience in providing meaningful and culturally appropriate services to individual clients, couples, and families. Don’t hesitate to contact us if:

  • you don’t know what support is available.
  • you have worries.
  • you feel lonely or sad.
  • you feel you might hurt yourself or other people.
  • you get angry very easily and other people are scared of you.
  • there is violence in your family.
  • you have problems with your children.
  • you have problems adjusting to life in Australia.
  • you find it hard to manage money.
  • you use gaming, gambling, drugs, or alcohol to cope with your problems.
  • you are struggling with your sexuality.
  • you have been informed that you have HIV, chronic viral hepatitis, or a sexually transmitted infection.
  • you feel discriminated against and disrespected.

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