SACARE is committed to providing an individualised service aimed at enhancing our clients’ lifestyles – while maintaining a strong focus on their personal well-being.
SACARE is further committed to providing superior levels of professional, compassionate care for individuals with complex needs, regardless of their race, gender, illness or disability.
SACARE was established in 1999 in response to a demand from referral agencies with patients who had complex needs, and were (or had been) residing in congregate forms of supported accommodation, but were seeking more independent, community-based housing options.
Today, SACARE services focus on three critical areas:
Community Support Services – for clients with physical disabilities, and/or neurological or other debilitating illnesses, living within the broader community.
For more information please go to Lifestyle Support Services.
Supported Accommodation – for individuals living with diagnosed mental illnesses and other complex needs.
For more information please go to Clifford House.
Supported Accommodation – for people living with high and complex needs resulting from degenerative illnesses, acquired brain injury and/or physical disability resulting from catastrophic workplace or motor vehicle accidents.
For further information please go to Supported Accommodation.
SACARE provides support services to more than 180 clients throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area and regional areas of South Australia.