Financial Counsellors assist South Australians in financial difficulty by providing information, support and advocacy for their clients. Financial Counsellors work within the Community sector. Their services are free, independent and confidential.See the SAFCA Brochure »
Although we don’t offer financial counselling ourselves, you can enter your suburb to the right to find your nearest financial counsellor. Financial counselling services are free.
Struggling to pay the mortgage or rent or juggling debts? Talk to a phone financial counsellor from anywhere in Australia by ringing: 1800 007 007 (Mon to Thurs: 9.30am–8pm and Friday: 9.30am-4.30pm) And remember – the sooner you ring the more options you will have!
Enjoy the benefits of membership and representation by your South Australian sector peak body for financial counsellors.
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Our 2018 AGM was held on Monday October 8 at the Payneham Community Centre.
We bid farewell to our wonderful Chair of 6 years, Anne Crouch and welcomed our new Chair, Carolyn Piper to the helm.
SAFCA is pleased to report we again have a full Board of seven elected and 3 independent Board members. You can see more about the Board and SAFCA staff here
to register click here
On Wednesday 21st November WYATT are holding more “OLGA Training” to register: Click here
As always a range of E-Learning and on-line CPD is available to you. Please check the calendar in the “Continuing Professional Development” section of the website.
Learn more about the nationally accredited Diploma of Financial Counselling. You can also read about the latest positions vacant for Financial Counsellors in Australia by going to our Careers PageLearn more »