Please note all visits to our office are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call us on 8212 5100 PRIOR to coming in.

The Greek Welfare Centre wants to reassure you that we are monitoring the COVID-19 Coronavirus situation and keeping up to date with advice from the Federal and State Governments. The well-being of our clients, staff and wider community is priority and as such we have made the following decisions to minimise the risk of spreading the virus:


Our Social Support Group ‘Kipseli’ has been CANCELLED until further notice. For all other programs including Computing, Arts & Craft, Exercise/Walking, Youth Dance group and Playgroup, please call our office for details.


For clients who are receiving Meals, Domestic/Home Assistance and Individual Social Support, please be aware we have put strategies into place to ensure continuity of services. Each of our client’s needs are being individually assessed and responded to accordingly.


• Wash your hands frequently with soap and water (before/after food, going to the toilet etc.)

• Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue, dispose of tissues and wash your hands

• If you are unwell, or concerned you have been in contact with someone who is, isolate yourself and inform us as soon as possible.

Be alert, not alarmed– these measures are precautionary, and the overall risk of getting COVID-19 is still low. Above all, we ask that you remember our Archbishop’s advice to “increase our prayers to God so that a cure can be quickly found for this trial that has beset our planet.”

For information on the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), call the Australian Government’s National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080 or visit their website


Fr Jeremy Krieg, CEO Greek Welfare Centre SA

The Greek Welfare Centre of SA is a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. The Greek Welfare Centre’s services for the aged are supported by the Australian Government Department of Health, services for the disabled are supported by Disability SA and our Health and Wellbeing programs by SA Health’s Office for the Ageing. Note that although funding for these services has been provided by the respective government departments, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of those governments.