Originally incorporated in 1979 by the Noarlunga Family Services Board, this year marks 40 years in our incredible Junction journey.

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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.

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

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Junction is working to eliminate domestic and family violence.

We are actively working with government and provide counselling and emergency services to those affected, but we need your support.

How you can help

A FEW SMALL STEPS FOR REUBEN – A LEAP TO A BETTER LIFE

When Reuben Fredrickson moved to Kangaroo Island last August, he had no job, no funds and no home.

“I was just living with a friend of mine,” he said.

“I had nothing.”

Things looked up when Reuben found work and was able to rent a place of his own – but after losing that job, paying rent became almost impossible.

Walking into the Kangaroo Island Community Centre, Reuben’s life changed.

Continue Reading Reuben's Story

Latest News

More than a Cuppa

12 September 2019

Terezia knows the difference a cuppa can make. As a single mum who has battled significant illness and depression, she says the impact of this simple gesture cannot be underestimated. Now, the volunteer facilitator of a new coffee and craft group, Terezia is “sharing the love.”

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Howdy Neighbour - it's Tool Time

12 August 2019

Junction tenants and other locals living in and around the Marion area are now able to borrow tools to help them with their gardening and maintenance. With support via a $4,400 grant from the City of Marion and help from Bunnings, Junction has set up a tool library.

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A Party for All

8 August 2019

Singing. Dancing. Face painting – and of course, cake. Our 40th Anniversary community celebration brought together the many faces of our organisation for an afternoon of fun and happiness for all. More than 100 attended the event last Thursday at Hackham Community Centre – most who were yet to be born when Junction was incorporated in 1979.

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