External support for Aboriginal prisoners and offenders
DCS participate in developing partnerships and support with Aboriginal community organisations.
We also work with other government departments when they are needed to ensure approriate support for Aboriginal offenders in their rehabilitation.
Our partners - Government
- The Department of State Development – Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division
- Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
- SA Health and South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) - The Model of Care for Aboriginal Prisoner Health and Wellbeing for South Australia
Our partners – non government
Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Incorporated
They provide legal services and associated activities and their aim to ensure rights and advance legal interests.
Kornar Wimmil Yunti
They aim to improve the levels of engagement and positive outcomes for Aboriginal men and community for the result of improving the safety for women and children.
Aboriginal Sobriety Group
Providing healing pathways for sobriety, and healing while practicing Aboriginal culture, partners and community.
Aboriginal Prisoners and Offenders Support Services
They provide post and pre-release assistance with support and advocacy of activity based life skills programs.
Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia
provides specialist services in client information, physical, social and emotional wellbeing programs.
Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia [AHCSA]
The AHCSA is a membership based peak body which provides leadership, watchdog, advocacy and sector support and a commitment to Aboriginal self-determination.
Aboriginal Interpreter Services
South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and SA Health - The Model of Care for Aboriginal Prisoner Health and Wellbeing for South Australia