UCWB delivers the National Psychosocial Support Measure program as a member of the Central Adelaide Hills Partners in Recovery consortium, which also includes Life without Barriers, Mind Australia, Mission Australia, Skylight Mental Health, Uniting SA, and Neami who acts as the lead agency.
UCWB customers can receive food vouchers to purchase general grocery items at Foodbank Food Hub, which sits alongside UCWB at 77 Gibson Street in Bowden.
Impact Inner North supports children from before birth to aged four in Adelaide’s inner-northern suburbs to have the best life opportunities. Inner West Collective aims to help children aged zero to 18 in Adelaide’s inner-western suburbs thrive in the inner west. UCWB provides leadership and support to these programs.
In partnership with Kapara Residential Care, UWCB operates the Telephone Club where a team of volunteers make regular, friendly phone calls to connect with older people living in residential aged care facilities who may be experiencing social isolation.
The Telephone Club is part of UCWB’s Community Links program.
UCWB is a member of a network of community agencies, government organisations and individuals in Western Adelaide called Western Community Connections who meet on a regular basis to address issues affecting the community.
UCWB convenes the Western Family Forum, which brings together a network of providers, educators and government representatives to discuss issues impacting children and families in Adelaide’s western suburbs. The form aims to improve communication and the distribution of information between agencies and to create opportunities to work collaboratively.
UCWB is a member of the Adelaide Metro Multicultural Services Network, a group of community agencies, government organisations and individuals who meet to share information and resources that support new and emerging communities in Australia.