Health and wellbeing
Advance Care Directives
An Advance Care Directive is a legal form that allows people over the age of 18 years to appoint Substitute Decision-Makers to make informed decisions on their behalf when they are unable to do so themselves.
In a local response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Barossa Cares is here to connect vulnerable community members with the services they need most during this crisis.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) support
We will continue to keep you updated on local impacts related to COVID-19.
Disability, Access and Inclusion
We've made a commitment to achieving equitable access and inclusion for everyone through the development of our Disability Access and Inclusion Action Plan.
Healthy ageing support
We're here to assist our community members through healthy ageing programs and support.
When it comes to the mental health of those in the community, we're here to support where we can.
Public health services
We are committed to maintaining the health of the community from the development of a coordinated strategic health plan to the provision of practical services to the community.