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Key statistics Staff


899 EMPLOYEES 750 VOLUNTEERS


Working together across more than 90 services to support... Clients


ASSISTED 18,500


CLIENT S


130 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES speaking more than


Clients came from more than 60 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES are based in regional areas


HOMELESSNESS GATEWAY SERVICE Supported more than


3000 LIFELINE ADELAIDE


ANSWERED 35,000


more than telephone calls


ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY CONNECT ASSISTED MORE THAN


UNITING COMMUNITIES Aboriginal Community Connect CLIENT S 88%


RUBYS REUNIFICATION PROGRAM MORE THAN


of Rubys clients returned home after leaving the program.


HOME CARE SUPPORT 6 | Uniting Communities Annual Report 2016


400 43 families 60%


with


receiving support through the residential program.


A recent study revealed 60% broad agreement among Rubys counsellors that clients had good or excellent family relationships after engaging with the program.


RELATIONSHIPS 49,000 hoursof support to people needing in-home assistance.


12 6


clients seeking emergency accommodation


OF 20% OUR CLIENTS more than


Services 55%of these clients were 34 under the age of


30% of clients accessing the service


reported experiencing


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE


12,370


ANSWERED online chats


1/5 clients aged under


25 *


*of ages disclosed


WELLBEING


Clients also reported feeling less worried, depressed and hopeless after accessing Rubys.


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