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A snapshot of our impact on the lives of South Australians over the past 12 months.


Originally incorporated in 1979 by the Noarlunga Family Services Board, 2019 marked 40 years in our incredible Junction journey.


Vale Mike Canny 13/5/1955 - 23/4/2020


Junction is a social enterprise providing a wide range of community support services and quality housing options.

About Us

We work with hundreds of young people each year in the areas of homelessness, counselling and support.

Support for youth

Providing social and affordable housing across urban and regional areas in South Australia.

Looking for housing?

Junction works to build a better future for all through housing, community services and support.

Did you know?

In conjunction with our service partners, we deliver around 50 programs for individuals and families.

From crisis and emergency help to early intervention and outreach programs, we are working to grow stronger, together.

How you can help


Reynella East College student Rosemary has grown up fast.

Her dad is blind, her mum suffers from chronic illness and with siblings also living with disabilities, including autism, the now 14-year-old has taken on more responsibility already than many people will in a lifetime.

However, she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Continue Reading Rosie's Story

Latest News

2020 Tenant Gardening Competition

12 August 2020

Get those green thumbs going - this year's tenant gardening competition has now officially begun!

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Staying Home In The Fleurieu #HW2020

7 August 2020

Thanks to support from the Fleurieu Community Foundation, Junction is partnering with property managers and real estate agents on the south coast to support successful tenancies and prevent housing stress and homelessness.

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Tough Love a Turning point for Dana

3 August 2020

Junction House was a turning point in Dana’s life. Almost four years since living there, she reflects on how the house, the service and the people have helped shape her life for the better.

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