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Department of Human Services

Concessions and Support Services

Concessions and Support Services (CASS) undertakes leadership of direct services to the community through:

  • administration of concessions programs
  • quality interpreting and translating services
  • planning and development of national and state-wide problem gambling programs, services and projects.

Concessions

CASS provides a range of concessions and services to eligible South Australians through ConcessionsSA and various programs including:

Visit sa.gov concessions webpages for information about individual concessions and programs.

Interpreting and Translating Centre

Interpreting and Translating Centre (ITC) provides comprehensive, high quality, efficient, confidential and professional interpreting and translating services. With 40 years' experience, ITC has developed linguistic and technical expertise in over 115 languages and dialects. ITC has extensive knowledge of the interpreting and translating field and is highly focused on understanding each client's individual requirements and providing quality services and products in a timely manner.

Office for Problem Gambling

Office for Problem Gambling administers the Gamblers Rehabilitation Fund, which was established in 1994 to fund programs and initiatives that aim to minimise problem gambling and offer services to those affected by a gambling problem.

Funding is provided for state-wide Gambling Help Services, the 24/7 Gambling Help Line (1800 858 858), community education programs, research and data and information management.

Contacts

Concessions and Support Services

Phone: 1800 307 758
Fax:     8226 7047
Mail:    GPO Box 292, Adelaide SA 5001

Email: ConcessionsSA

Interpreting and Translating Centre

Office for Problem Gambling

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SA Department for Human Services
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https://dhs.sa.gov.au/services/community-services/Concessions-and-Support-Services
Last Updated:
05 Jul 2018
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