The SAPOL Home Assist Program is a Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) that is funded by the Australian Government. The aim of the program is to improve home security and personal safety of eligible service users to allow them to remain safely in their homes. SAPOL works together with local Councils, health services and other agencies to support CHSP service users.
The South Australian Government supports SAPOL to deliver services to people living with a disability and their carers.
Our aim is to help you remain safely in your home and provide a better quality of life.
To be eligible for SAPOL Home Assist you must be:
A police officer will come to your home and conduct a free security audit.
You will be provided with:
You may receive assistance from your local council to implement our suggestions.
We offer free presentations to groups of 15 people or more. Topics include:
Home security and personal safety
Provides home security and personal safety tips.
Safety for residents in an aged care facility
Provides security and safety advice for residents in aged care facilities.
Safety in the client's home
Aimed at carers and volunteers providing Home Assist services to clients.
Contact the SAPOL Home Assist Coordinator to book a security audit or a group presentation on 7322 3211.
Although funding for the SAPOL Home Assist Program has been provided by the Australian Government, the material contained herein does not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Australian Government.